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 Joining Forces...Saving Lives was created in 2012 with the goal of bringing animal organizations and the general public together to find new ways to save more pets in Lincoln and surrounding  communities.


Joining Forces...Saving Lives is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


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 info@JoiningForcesSavingLives.org

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Visit our Resources Page for a list and description of area rescues and animal organizations.  

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Joining Forces Saving Lives has helped a total of 169 cats between 2012 and 2017


2012 Brought in Mike Arms to speak on how to get Lincoln to No Kill (90% Live Release Rate)


2013 Helped 6 cats


2015 Helped 7 cats and partnered with University of Nebraska on a companion animals sheltering symposium


2016 Helped 22 cats and completed a survey of animals organizations on how to save more cats


2017 Thanks to a grant from Maddie’s Fund we TNR’ed  (trapped, neutered, returned)132 cats


2018 So far 8 cats have been TNR from January to mid March



Spayghetti & No-Balls Dinner
March

 University of Nebraska Companion Animal Symposium

TBA 2018


Wine & Howl
June

Meow & Chow

October

 

Best Friends National
No More Homeless Pets Conference
July 13–15 at Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey



  





Listing of Rescues and  other Animal Organizations!

Looking for a new pet?

Go to Petfinder.com

Targeted TNR (trap, neuter, return) grant JFSL received from

Maddie’s Fund has helped

140 cats in 8 months!

#ThanksToMaddie The grant to start a community cat program and targeted TNR received in 2017 has helped 140 cats so far with a goal of 200 cats by August 2018. We partnered with the Capital Humane Society who did our spay/neuter surgeries and shots at cost. In the last eight months we have TNR (trapped, neutered and returned) 140 cats. Two areas are completely done – all the cats are spayed and neutered. We are still working in several areas to trap any remaining unaltered cats. We focused on areas that had the greatest need. One of the completed areas would bring in boxes of kittens every year to the humane society. We hope with continued TNR efforts we can TNR all the outdoor cats in Lincoln!





We need volunteers who would be willing to trap and transport community cats to and from the spay/neuter appointment.