Founded in 2008 by Lynn and Ron Stone, Chats du Quercy aims to protect and enhance the quality of life for the cats of France.
In 2014 alone Chats du Quercy was responsible for helping 1316 cats and kittens. They have become a lifeline for the nations abandoned cats and have been providing education and advice to aid in responsible cat ownership. They are advocates for spay/neuter programs implementing versatile strategies to curb the increase in the feral cat population.
SPCA International is proud to support Chats du Quercy by providing a grant to help build a new Rescue Centre, which will provide more space for their ever-growing number of rescues in addition to an outdoor space.
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