P. O. Box 4 Mondovi, Wisconsin 54755 bchapets@yahoo.com Cats: 715-318-0752 -- Dogs: 715-579-7017

Cat Stats for 2017

Have you ever wondered how many cats BCHA takes care of in a year? Or why the cats come in and how they go out? Or even where they come from?
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Well, we are so glad that you asked, because we have compiled our cat statistics for 2017 and are pleased to share them with our friends and supporters.
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We started 2017 with 24 cats in our care. During the year, 160 cats came in and 162 went out, which means that we finished the year with 22 cats. There are 4 shy girls who were with us on January 1st, 2017 and still in our care on December 31. (Contact us is you would like to know more about Meredith, Christina, Ashley, and Jane.)
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Arrivals

A majority of the cats that came in were strays, with surrenders as the next highest group.

 

 

 

 

Note:
TNR stands for Trap/Neuter/Return. These feral/wild cats are picked up, spayed or neutered (so more more feral cats are born), then returned to their original territory or colony. If their original territory is no longer safe for them, a new safe territory is found.

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Departures

Happily, most of the 162 cats who left during the year were adopted to forever homes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:
BCHA only euthanizes an animal if there is a health reason to do so.  These are cats who are already sick when they entered our care.

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Locations

And where did the cats come from? Well, a majority of them were from the city of Mondovi and township of Mondovi, followed by Buffalo City. In addition to animals from Buffalo county, we also took in a few cats from our surrounding counties when we had spaces available. x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned to find out how things go in 2018!

One Comment on “Cat Stats for 2017

  1. BCHA does a fantastic job caring for all of these kitties. Cindy and Brenda (and others whom I don’t know) are kind hearted and their love for animals makes them outstanding in this field. Thank you BCHA for all that you do for all the animals in your care. Kindness matters! You are appreciated!!!