We as a community believe all cats deserve a chance, and together we can treat them humanely with compassion and dignity.
Euclid Beach Cat Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer group that services cats in the Euclid Beach area and across Northeast Ohio. We believe that all cats deserve a chance, from those with seemingly hopeless medical situations, to those with their spirits broken by the ones they trusted. Whether they are fostered or in community cat colonies, we work to heal not only their bodies, but their hearts as well. We provide Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) services, medical care, socialization, adoption services, and community awareness.
The universal external sign of a spayed or neutered cat is a "tipped" left ear. Ear tipping is done while a cat is under anesthesia for spay or neuter surgery, and involves removing approximately 1/4" from the top of the left ear. A cat with a tipped ear will not be trapped again as part of a trap-neuter-return program.