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Let Pompano Beach Commissioners Know You Support TNR!

Update: No Vote on Pompano Beach, Florida TNR Plan, but Process Moving Forward

Thank you to everyone who came to the Pompano Beach City Commission Meeting on July 9 in support of Trap-Neuter-Return, and to everyone who contacted the City Commissioners on this issue. At the meeting, more than 30 residents spoke about the community’s cats, and the meeting lasted until midnight! Far more residents stood up to support TNR than to support a continuation of inhumane policies for cats.

Although the Commissioners did not vote to implement new policies for TNR right away, the process is moving forward. They asked the City Animal Control Division to sit down with advocates for new policies to try to reach a compromise. They also asked the city’s staff to review TNR policies in other Florida jurisdictions.

Alley Cat Allies looks forward to staying engaged in Pompano Beach as the city moves toward better policies for cats!

Urge Your Commissioners to Adopt TNROriginal Issue:
This action is ONLY for residents of Pompano Beach, FL.

Trap-Neuter-Return is gaining ground in Pompano Beach, and you are a key part of its success. Help us get the message to your elected officials: TNR is the way to go!

Mayor Lamar Fisher and the Pompano Beach City Commission are considering a plan to implement TNR for the community’s cats.

Let city officials know that you want what’s best for both the cats and the community. Please urge Mayor Fisher and City Commissioners to adopt Trap-Neuter-Return!

This message will be sent to Mayor Lamar Fisher and Pompano Beach City Commissioners.

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