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Scooter Joins The Scratching Post To Celebrate the Holidays

December 13, 2023
Scooter the Neutered Cat was happy to join The Scratching Post for their Holiday Open House on December 2. It was a great event, featuring raffle items, holiday treats and more fun for guests. Located in Silverton, The Scratching Post is dedicated to rescuing cats and finding forever homes for homeless cats in our community.
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Scooter’s Help Center and Foster Campaign Featured on FOX19 NOW.

November 30, 2023
The Give Them Ten Movement Director and Founder Deborah Cribbs and Scooter the Neutered Cat joined FOX19 NOW to talk about Scooter’s Help Center and the Foster Campaign that is currently underway.
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Monica Tarant Presents Scooter’s Help Center at Community Cat Summits

November 12, 2023
Monica Tarant, chief innovation officer of the Give Them Ten Movement, spoke at the Community Cat Summit for Southwest and Northeast Ohio. She presented how Scooter’s Help Center is helping divert shelter intakes by giving the public a resource where they can call to get help with any cat concern or question.
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OAR Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Scooter

November 10, 2023
Scooter the Neutered Cat™ stopped by OAR (Ohio Alleycat Resource) to celebrate the organization's 25th anniversary on October 26. The open house hosted over 150 people and included a silent auction. OAR had a lot to celebrate, including the adoption of 1,260 cats and over 8,500 spay/neuter surgeries alone this year.
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LFAW to Host Free Spay/Neuter Event on Dec. 4-8, 2023

November 6, 2023
The League For Animal Welfare is hosting a free spay/neuter event on December 4-8, 2023. Up to 250 spots are available for cats and dogs. To be eligible, you must be a resident of Clermont County, earn no more than $30,000/yr, or receive public assistance. To register a cat or dog, please call (513) 735-2299.
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The Joanie Bernard Foundation Helps Fund Study on Nonsurgical Contraceptive for Cats

October 21, 2023
Scientists at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife made a breakthrough in finding a single dose of anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) gene therapy that can induce long-term contraception in female cats. The study, funded by the Joanie Bernard Foundation and the Michealson Found Animals Foundation, represents a major milestone in finding a way to humanely reduce free-roaming cats.
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The Give Them Ten Movement Grows

October 17, 2023
Give Them Ten announces that seven organizations located across the U.S. have now joined the movement by becoming licensees.
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The Give Them Ten Movement Launches Licensee Program, Empowering Communities to Create Cat-Caring Communities

July 10, 2023
Give Them Ten, a non-profit movement dedicated to creating cat-caring communities, announced today the official launch of its licensee program.
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A Non-Surgical Way to Spay Your Cat Is Closer to Reality Through Give-Them-Ten-Funded Research

June 26, 2023
Cincinnati Zoo scientists have found a way to induce long-term contraception in female cats without surgery. This breakthrough discovery has the potential to humanely reduce...
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