Metro Denver CAT COVID-19 Response
To our Denver Community:
We hope that you are doing well during this challenging time. Metro Denver CAT’s priority is and has always been the welfare of the community - both human and animal. For that reason, we are taking steps to limit contact with the public for the time being. As we have seen the last few days, the situation is changing quickly and for now we are shifting operations in the following ways:
We are pausing our trap loan program. We will not loan out traps or receive loaned out traps back in our office, nor will we accept any trapped cats for the spay/neuter clinic. As always, it’s important to only trap when you have a clear plan for where to take the cats. Due to quickly changing circumstances, we feel that right now is not a good time to work on a TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) project.
The capacity at our partner clinics is limited currently and we are not making any new feral cat trapping appointments or spay/neuter appointments for pet cats currently.
We are pausing our door-to-door outreach program, as well as in-person client visits and in-person office visits.
You can always contact us during our hours of operation on our hotline (844-336-2287), or leave a voicemail during off hours, and we will be happy to help with any questions or issues. If the services you need are not currently available, we will take your information and continue to follow up with you as the situation changes. We are in close contact with our partner organizations and we will do our best to provide up-to-date information to connect you with the animal services you need.
Stay tuned for more information about new efforts we are making to help the community, and how you can help too. We hope to be back in our focus communities ASAP and we will keep our followers and clients in the loop. In the meantime, tell your cats that we love them and miss them!