Port Torredembarra has been the home of a controlled colony of cats since 2005, which has helped us keep a tight rein on the number of rodents that live in natural spaces like ours. To do this, we collaborate with Torrecat, an association dedicated to protecting and controlling the colony of stray cats in the Torredembarra area.
The objectives of this association consist in improving the quality of life of the animals and people living in their environment, preventing uncontrolled proliferation, dirt and inconveniences arising from the natural activities of these stray cats.
For this, they installed a controlled food supply that is replenished on a daily basis and thanks to an agreement with a veterinary, many stray cats are sterilised as and when needed.
Thanks to members and collaborators, during the past year 75 animals have been sterilised, 15 visits were made by the veterinary for miscellaneous treatment, 10 euthanasias were performed to ill animals and 400 kg of cat food have been consumed.
If you are a cat lover, visit their page and become a member. It’s the best way of collaborating with this noble task. You will find the addresses and telephone numbers on the community website.