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Lets Chat About Cats - Episode 60 Featuring Mariann from Stray Cat Project

August 19, 2022 Fiona Shaw
Lets Chat About Cats - Episode 60 Featuring Mariann from Stray Cat Project
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LetsChatAboutCatsPodcast
Lets Chat About Cats - Episode 60 Featuring Mariann from Stray Cat Project
Aug 19, 2022
Fiona Shaw

In this episode of the podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with Mariann from Stray Cat Project and organisation which was founded back in 2014.

The mission begun when Mariann was told about 2 kittens who desperately needed help and when another similar incident occurred just a few months later she knew there was a real issue that had to be sorted and so her TNR programme began and she hasn't looked back since.

In those early days Mariann and her team were learning on the job but at the same time by doing so making a difference. It shows that even if you know nothing you can still do something by just trying and learning. Even now Mariann explains she still learns from others within the same field and sharing helps everyone to grow and do the best possible job.

Mariann explains more about TNR, what it is, what it means and why it is so important for those more feral cats who cannot be rehomed. She also explains why its important to never trap to kill and that TNR is the most humane option for these cats. The importance of keeping feral cats at their original colonies and why they cannot be relocated.

Mariann also has a very touching tale about a cat called Blue who was one a stray and who she worked to save over the period of a year. If you like a happy ever after then this story is the one for you.

Visit their website for more information or ways you may be able to help them do their ever so important work Stray Cat Project

You can also follow them on Facebook here (1) Stray Cat Project | Facebook

Thanks for listening!
Fiona  X

Support the Show.

Show Notes

In this episode of the podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with Mariann from Stray Cat Project and organisation which was founded back in 2014.

The mission begun when Mariann was told about 2 kittens who desperately needed help and when another similar incident occurred just a few months later she knew there was a real issue that had to be sorted and so her TNR programme began and she hasn't looked back since.

In those early days Mariann and her team were learning on the job but at the same time by doing so making a difference. It shows that even if you know nothing you can still do something by just trying and learning. Even now Mariann explains she still learns from others within the same field and sharing helps everyone to grow and do the best possible job.

Mariann explains more about TNR, what it is, what it means and why it is so important for those more feral cats who cannot be rehomed. She also explains why its important to never trap to kill and that TNR is the most humane option for these cats. The importance of keeping feral cats at their original colonies and why they cannot be relocated.

Mariann also has a very touching tale about a cat called Blue who was one a stray and who she worked to save over the period of a year. If you like a happy ever after then this story is the one for you.

Visit their website for more information or ways you may be able to help them do their ever so important work Stray Cat Project

You can also follow them on Facebook here (1) Stray Cat Project | Facebook

Thanks for listening!
Fiona  X

Support the Show.