Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative (SNKI) is about improving the welfare of cats and dogs in Kingston and the surrounding areas. SNKI’s ultimate goal is to facilitate the opening of a non-profit high-volume spay and neuter service in Kingston. Pet overpopulation is a problem, with cats not receiving the same care or consideration as their dog counterparts. Promoting low cost cat sterilization is key to improving spay neuter rates. SNKI is a non-profit charity and 100% volunteer driven; SNKI implements its own TNVR program and oversaw the City of Kingston's R.P.O.P program (2014-2018) and is 100% responsible for all costs via its foster and adoption programs from feral colonies. SNKI follows strict rules and guidelines ensuring the successful implementation of the TNVR program. SNKI has also helped thousands of pets make it home safe by running Kingston Community Lost and Found Pets Facebook page! We also offer cat adoptions, low-cost microchip clinics and K9 connections to the public.
Canadian households owning one or more Cat(s)
Canadian households owning one or more Dog(s)
Municipalities that have spay neuter policies
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