A new campaign launched last year by the Capital Area Humane Society is being viewed as a big success. The program (called “ReVision”) offers quick veterinary services for turned-in felines, drops adoption fees and offers increased assistance to those willing to foster the animals. Thanks in large part to the new program, cat placements have increased dramatically. As a result, CAHS says that they have not had to put down a single healthy cat since October. (Previously, the humane society had to euthanize many healthy cats when they simply ran out of space.) To be clear, the program is not cheap, but they say that grants cover a portion of the cost.
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