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Volume 37, Issue 1 ~ May 2019
Volume 36, Issue 2 ~ October 2018
Volume 36, Issue 1 ~ February 2018
Volume 35, Issue 1 ~ May 2017
Volume 34, Issue 2 ~ December 2016
Volume 34, Issue 1 ~ June 2016
Grants & Donations
A Guardian Angel Foundation
http://www.aguardianangelfoundation.org

The APL is honored and grateful to have been awarded lifesaving Spay, Neuter & Vaccination grants from A Guardian Angel Foundation in 2016 and 2017. We were able to save the lives of countless kittens and improve the lives of cats in Okaloosa County, Florida thanks to these generous grants.

BISSELL Partners for Pets Program
https://www.bissellpetfoundation.org

The APL is proud to be a part of the BISSELL Partners for Pets Program. The BISSELL Pet Foundation recognized our lifesaving work in April 2018 by investing $3,571.75 towards the Okaloosa Community Cat Project. We sterilized, vaccinated and chipped 98 cats (58 females and 40 males) that could have contributed to additional (countless) unwanted litters born in the field in our area. We are grateful to the BISSELL Pet Foundation for helping us meet our mission goals and save lives.

Petco Foundation
https://www.petcofoundation.org

2019 ~ The APL is honored and grateful to be recognized by the Petco Foundation for our lifesaving work. The Petco Foundation invested $5,000 spay/neuter funding to assist with our Okaloosa Community Cat Project. We will be able to save the lives of countless kittens and improve the lives of cats in Okaloosa County, Florida thanks to this generous grant.

2018 ~ The APL is honored and grateful to have received a $5,000 spay/neuter grant from the Petco Foundation in March 2018. This generous lifesaving funding, in addition to public donations, resulted in 123 Okaloosa County cats being vetted.

2017 ~ The APL received a $3,750 spay/neuter grant from the Petco Foundation in August 2017. This generous lifesaving funding, in addition to public donations, resulted in 113 Okaloosa County cats being spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

Second Acts Foundation
http://www.secondactsfoundation.org

The APL is grateful to have been awarded a lifesaving grant from the Second Acts Foundation. The funding was used to sterilize, vaccinate, tip and chip a large community cat colony located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. We were able to save the lives of countless kittens and improve the lives of cats thanks to this generous grant.

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