The Grand Valley Cat Project’s goal is to control the cat population in our community by providing barrier-free access to spay/neuter surgeries and resources for owned and street cats.

To report a cat problem in your 81501 neighborhood please complete the form below or contact the GVCP Outreach and Field Coordinator, Mila – catproject@rhhumanesociety.org 

or 970-434-7337 ext 133 or 970-261-3760.

Snip N 'Tip

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Learn to Trap-Neuter/Spay – Return

Mila joined our team in March 2018 as an Adoption Counselor before transitioning into our Outreach & Field Coordinator position for the Grand Valley Cat Project.

She comes from sunny Brazil where her family rescued and rehabilitated many felines over the years, inspiring her to continue advocating on behalf of animals. Mila is fresh from Los Angeles where she obtained a Hypnotherapy degree and volunteered with another non-profit assisting with Trap-Neuter-Return, fostering and rehabilitating cats.

Her favorite Roice-Hurst moments as an Adoption Counselor were spent educating the public on subjects such as declawing of cats. She also took part in behavioral consults for common feline issues in adopters’ homes which helped reduce feline shelter intake and strengthen the bond between cats and their people.

“I am grateful to be a part of an organization with such a trailblazing approach to human and pet wellness. We make a big impact in our community because we have a compassionate vision towards animals and people, work together and lead by example”.

Mila has 2 cats, Dexter and Leo, and enjoys spending her free time performing aerial arts, watching movies and training her cats to do fun tricks. “

Roice-Hurst Grand Valley Cat Project

If you are in the 81501 target area the GVCP Field & Outreach Coordinator will contact you to aid in controlling the cat population in your neighborhood. If you are outside the 81501 target area, we can assist in loaning traps and refer you to resources for TNR – Trap, Neuter/Spay, Return.

Report a Cat Problem