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Stray Aid & Rescue
Dedicated to pet overpopulation
prevention in South Florida since 2003
(954) 816-0799
Stray Aid & Rescue
  • The Cat Multiplier

    Ever wonder how quickly stray cats can multiply and become a problem?

    HERE’S THE ANSWER:

    Feral ColonyStart with one young breeding pair. Assume they will have two litters of kittens a year, that 2.8 kittens in the litter will survive, and the cats will breed for 10 years. Factor in all the cats born into the formula and this is how overpopulation occurs:

    Year 1: 12

    Year 2: 66

    Year 3: 382

    Year 4: 2,201

    Year 5: 12,680

    Year 6: 73,041

    Year 7: 420,715

    Year 8: 2,423,316

    Year 9: 13,968,290

    Year 10: 80,399,780

    BE PART OF THE SOLUTION.

    • Spay/neuter your cat(s)
    • Help with trapping/spaying feral cat colonies. (If you are feeding strays and not “fixing” them you are adding to the problem.) Discount rates are available for ferals.
    • Make a generous donation to Stray Aid & Rescue so we can continue to spay/neuter feral colonies in Broward County. 954-816-0799

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