We are a not-for-profit organisation run by a dedicated group of volunteers. We rely solely on donations and fundraising to keep doing what we do. We really appreciate any support you can give, please see below the various ways to contribute.
Donate to our GoFundMe campaigns. Please click title for details.
Wet & Dry Cat Food for colonies, trapping and cats in recovery.
We have managed TNR’ed community cat colonies all around Qatar who receive food and water on a regular basis. We also use wet food for trapping and for the cats who are in recovery after they have been fixed. We would welcome any food donations, please contact us on email@example.com and we can find the closet drop off point for you.
AT THE VETERINARY CLINIC
Sponsor a Spay
Did you know –
- The average number of litters a fertile cat produces is two to three a year; the average number of kittens is four to six per litter.
- One in-tact (‘unspayed’) female cat, assuming that her offspring remain in-tact as well, can be responsible for as many as 420,000 kittens over a period of seven years!
- Spaying and neutering are one of the easiest and most efficient ways of decreasing the homeless animal populations in shelters.
- While it is most common for female cat reproduction to begin between six and nine months, they can become pregnant as early as four months of age.
Be part of the solution – QR 250 Sponsors a Spay for a street cat and changes that cats life for the better. You will also be preventing more kittens being born into the harsh desert environment and struggling to survive on the streets.
A donation can be made at the Al-Timimi Vet clinic under the account TNR Qatar.
We always require funds to cover medical emergencies. Donations however small, are always so gratefully received.
You can donate directly into the TNR Qatar account at:
Al-Timimi Vet Clinic – in Katara
or online at Medical Support
Donate your time
We always welcome new volunteers. Please click get involved to see the various roles and support teams.
Thank you for helping us improve the lives of the community cats in Qatar!