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One of the milestones we have reached, after ten years of work, is implementing a pilot TNR project that we strongly believe will be the first stepping stone in effectively changing the fate of stray animals in Egypt. In co-operation with WSPA, the GOVS (who are joining us for the first time in Egypt), Brooke Hospital and the Egyptian Animal Welfare Federation, the 5 year program in Haddayek El Haram will pave the way for humane stray animal control methods in Egypt.

Simply put, stray cats and dogs will no longer be shot by the GOVs, but will be trapped, neutered and released (TNR) back into their environment, and will no longer have to suffer at the mercy of poisoning and shooting sprees. For the rest of 2010, we will be concentrating all of our efforts on getting this program on the go (ready for 2011) and supporting the campaign with extensive awareness programs to educate people about the benefits of TNR.

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