Thursday 24 October 2019 | 56

Chatipi: One Voice's program for homeless cats!

Because the suffering of homeless cats has no boundaries and because their numbers continue to grow One Voice created Chatipi. A simple, solid and effective response, which has been integrated into its global campaign against strays! The inauguration of the new Chatipi will take place in Veix on Saturday October 26th at 10 am in the presence of Sylvie Degery, Mayor of Veix, Muriel Arnal President-founder of One Voice and the Vice-President of the Departmental Council of Corrèze.

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Stays account for more than 11 million cats on the streets, they suffer hunger, thirst, diseases, bad weather and violence. A figure that continues to grow despite the sporadic use of sterilization programs undertaken here and there. The shelters are overflowing and the situation gets worse from year to year! It was in response to the suffering of homeless cats that One Voice created Chatipi.

The mayor is legally responsible for the stray cats in his community

One Voice’s Chatipi program is part of itscampaign to call for a national emergency plan for stray cats. It is an aid, offered to the mayors, because it is them who are legally responsible for the management of stray cats in their community. The current regulations clearly stipulate that sterilization and releasing are to be preferred than that of "euthanasia", which in fact is considered as slaughter and is denounced by One Voice. This is the only possible solution, because it is both ethical and effective ...

Chatipi: genuine help for municipalities

Following the pilot project carried out in 2013, Chatipi has been redesigned so that it can be easily established wherever homeless cats need shelter. The program assists and offers mayors the ability to meet their legal obligations to protect strays by helping them create a place for these cats to live. 
Sterilized and released cats must be able to protect themselves from bad weather and violence, to be able to feed, watered and benefit from health monitoring.

These reception centres, which can be set up in a public area, will be both an opportunity to respect them better and generate social ties between the inhabitants of the municipality. This will also make cats known, thanks to the online documentation made available by One Voice.

Do you want to help us develop Chatipi in your municipality? Contact us ! And help homeless cats, you can also make a donation ...

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Romain | Monday 24 August 2020

En voilà une excellente idée !
Comment se fait-il que je ne la découvre que maintenant ?
J'invite les amoureux des chats, habitués des réseaux sociaux à poster quelques lignes dans le groupes qu'ils fréquentent, ce que je vais faire cette semaine, et pourquoi pas lancer l'idée auprès de son maire ?
En attendant je rédige un billet sur mon blog en ce sens ;)

elliot | Tuesday 11 August 2020

Monsieur Le Maire stérilise t-il les chats errants

Evelyne | Saturday 25 July 2020

Toutes nos félicitations et un GRAND MERCI au maire d Ermont qui a donné satisfaction à Sandrine pour les chats dont elle s occupe , depuis si longtemps , avec amour , un courage exceptionnel et une assiduité sans pareille.
Grâce à cette nouvelle municipalité, elle va enfin avoir la récompense, bien méritée ,de tout le mal qu' elle s' est donné.

Isaline | Thursday 23 July 2020

C'est une excellente idée! les chats libres ont eux aussi le droit à

un peu de confort.

Si seulement cela pouvait être dans toutes les villes.

En tout cas bravo pour cette initiative.