One of Loudoun County’s newest nonprofits was awarded the Ayrshire Award by the Virginia Federation of Humane Societies.
Loudoun Community Cat Coalition Board members Kim Fields and Tom Bove accepted the award from VFHS President Debra Griggs, during the annual conference April 1. The award is presented to an active member organization that has made a significant contribution to reducing pet overpopulation through spay/neuter services and resources within the community.
The coalition networks with individuals, businesses, organizations, and government agencies to provide care for community cats. Since 2014, LCCC has hosted four clinics which include spay/neuter services, vaccinations, micro-chipping and other medical services for more than 400 cats that were trapped and released. LCCC also offers community outreach programs to educate and train people to help in their efforts. Learn more at loudouncommunitycats.org.