On this episode of the Pawareness Podcast, we welcome Christian Solis and Joe Federico of Stray Paws Animal Haven, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that focuses on Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR),which is a free, humane, community-based program that helps prevent overpopulation and disease in the
Publish Date: Sep 08, 2021
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On this episode of the Pawareness Podcast, we welcome Christian Solis and Joe Federico of Stray Paws Animal Haven, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that focuses on Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR),which is a free, humane, community-based program that helps prevent overpopulation and disease in the stray cat populations of their community.
“The goal of our organization is to provide education and resources and make it accessible for the people that want to participate in TNR.” - Christian Solis
Joe explains how their TNR program works, why removing a cat colony doesn’t address overpopulation, and how they’re preventing overwhelm and overcapacity at rescue shelters. Christian sheds light on the impacts their education and resources are making on their community, their most efficient and beneficial animal welfare initiatives in enhancing, and the future goals and plans for Stray Paws Animal Haven.
“We have a way to settle things down in this community and demonstrate this so that all communities can see the benefit of being kind and humane rather than reactive and removal.” - Joe Federico
Tune in to learn the importance of respecting stray cats and participating in Trap, Neuter, and Return programs, as well as how you can get involved and volunteer with Stray Paws Animal Haven!
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[00:30] Introducing Joe Federico and the mission of Stray Paws Animal Haven
[08:33] Misconceptions of removing cats from communities + How TNR directly addresses overpopulation of cats
[12:54] Main objectives of Stray Paws Animal Haven: Education and Resources
[13:55] How many cats have you fixed? How are you educating people?
[16:06] Their most efficient and impactful animal welfare initiatives
[19:49] The biggest gap in animal welfare is people’s first introduction to TNR
[20:49] How to get involved and volunteer with Stray Paws Animal Haven
[24:02] Future goals and plans for Stray Paws Animal Haven
[29:55] How to connect with and support Stray Paws Animal Haven