Who are we / Profile
We are citizens of Ra’anana that joined together to help our city’s cats. They did not end up on the streets by themselves, they originated from house cats that were abandoned or thrown to the street, and with no care and supervision have multiplied.
It hurts us knowing that in our fair city there is no way to provide municipal medical assistance to an injured or sick cat and we are fed up with cat-abuse.
We at the Amuta believe that kids and teens who learn to treat animals in a humanity and respect will not abuse those animals and prevent others from doing so.
We hope to improve peoples’ attitude towards animals, in hopes that this improvement will also influence how people regard other people.
Founded in 2004, the Ra’anana Cats Amuta is a registered voluntary amuta. It Chairwoman is Rosa Brigel and Zvi Nadav, Rose Kirschner & Hedva Kraus and Denise Kalmin form its voluntary Board Members. The Amuta’s objectives are varied and consist of every aspect working to the welfare of cats and their owners.
The Amuta deals with education and guidance with all matters related to cat rearing and care and professional behavior counseling for cat owners. We also council the municipality in all matters relating to cat welfare, controlling the street cats population and proper cat care.
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social life of street cats. hierarchy, fights, who is dominant and who gets hurt.