Shelters had the data, now they have the traps!

March 15, 2016

Thanks to the generosity of Tomahawk Live Trap, the Million Cat Challenge was able to reward the shelters that got their 2015 data in on time!

We believe in the power of data to help save cats’ lives. Understanding intake and outcome data helps animal shelters design and implements programs to improve care and outcomes for the cats in their facility and their community. Those shelters that got their data in by Feb. 15 of this year were entered in a drawing to win 20 sets of two humane cat traps, donated by Tomahawk Live Trap.

The winning shelters are:

Edmonton Humane Society
Edmonton, Alberta

Placer SPCA
Roseville, CA

Cat Depot
Sarasota, FL

Tacoma-Pierce County Humane Society
Tacoma, WA

Lawrence Humane Society
Lawrence, KS

Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center
Virginia Beach, VA

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap
Poulsbo WA

Clark County Humane Society
Neillsville, WI

Kansas City Pet Project
Kansas City, MO

The Animal Shelter Society, Inc.
Zanesville, OH

Capital Area Humane Society
Hilliard, OH

Panhandle Animal Shelter
Ponderay, ID

Fresno Humane Animal Services
Fresno, CA

Auburn Valley Humane Society
Auburn, WA

Almost Home Humane Society
Lafayette, IN

Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton, Inc.
Hopkinton, MA

Potter League for Animals
Middletown, RI

Tree House Humane Society
Chicago, IL

Dane County Friends of Ferals
Madison, WI

Tri County Humane Society
St Cloud, MN

Congratulations to everyone who won!

Thank you, Tomahawk Live Trap, for supporting shelters that are saving cats in the Million Cat Challenge. Best of luck, cat trappers!

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