Coronado Community Animal Rescue & Education Society (CARES) is having their first open meeting on Wednesday, March 14th in the Winn Room at the Coronado Public Library.
The Coronado CARES Board of Directors invite you to come and hear all about this new animal rescue organization and to see how you can participate to help them save the lives of homeless cats and dogs in Coronado and the neighboring communities in the South Bay. There are loads of opportunities to help.
Coronado CARES goals include:
- Establish a foster care network to provide foster homes for orphaned cats and dogs to help make them more adoptable.
- Establish a TNR program to humanely stabilize the feral cat population by ending the cycle of breeding and improving the lives of cats living outdoors.
- Maintain a comprehensive spay/neuter program via clinic and/or mobile van and including a low cost voucher program. This may include micro chipping and low-cost vaccines.
- Obtain a storefront to carry out our mission to bring the orphaned animals to the people for adoption. This would include a venue for educational programs onsite.
- Organize owner assistance services for those in need so they do not lose their animals -- i.e. meals on wheels for pet owners, dog walking, and litter box cleaning.
Come meet a group of like-minded people and find out how you can help the pets and homeless animals in the South Bay!