The Hur Herald will post lost and/or found pets for 2 weeks. Please send only one photo. We do not post pets for sale. If your are reunited with your pet, please email so we can remove the post - firstname.lastname@example.org|
NIXON HAS BEEN RETURNED - Your Animal Alert service has paid off again for us. Nixon was returned to us a few minutes ago. Thank you for all that you do for this community. Blessings, Bob Gregory.
NIKO IS STILL MISSING-REWARD OFFERED - Niko's owners are still searching for their lost pet (see above) Missing from the Big Bend area near Holbert's Store for several months. Owners are willing to pay a reward for his return, no questions asked. If Niko has passed the owners would like to know, if anyone has any information please call 304-354-7769, if no answer please leave a message.
MISSING GREAT DANE - Missing in Millstone area since mid-day Tuesday (8/14), Driller (above) is 125 pounds and has a healing sore on his cheek. He needs his meds. Please call 304-655-7561 with any information.
The Calhoun Welfare of Animals Group [WAG] wishes to explain their Trap, Neuter, Return [TNR] program and efforts. TNR is the only effective and humane approach to community cats. It involves humanely
trapping the cats, taking them to a veterinarian to be vaccinated, neutered, and ear tipped (while under anesthesia, the tip of the cat’s left ear is removed to indicate that they are neutered), and then
return them to their outdoor home.
WAG would like to explain the process that it follows to do trap-neuter-return: A caretaker of a feral cat colony contacts WAG that they need assistance. A caretaker fills out paperwork which includes the colony size and other information.
WAG then schedules surgery dates for neutering of the colony.
WAG’s trappers catch the colony and they are transported for vaccinations and neutering.
The feral cat colony is returned to their original location and released where their caretaker continues to feed them.
Ending the cats’ breeding cycles will allow them to live out their natural lives without having to worry about the constant stress of pregnancies and mating. Plus, TNR doesn’t cause colonies to disappear overnight—the cats live out their natural lifespans and the colonies slowly decline in population over years.
If you are the caretaker of a colony of feral cats in Calhoun County and would like WAG’s assistance, please contact Gail Krugman at 304-354-6363, or message Gail at email@example.com
If you are aware of a problem in your neighborhood you can notify WAG via our email address found on our web page at www.calhounwag.org