“One cat just leads to another.”
– Ernest Hemingway.
Communities everywhere face a population crisis of homeless cats, many of them feral and too wild to be socialized and then placed in homes. They reproduce rapidly, and as their numbers grow, so do noise, odor, and other problems. But there is something you can do to help these kitties.
What is Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)?
Trap-neuter-return (TNR) involves trapping all the cats in a colony, getting them spayed/neutered, adopting out the kittens and friendly cats, then returning the wild adults to their territory and providing them with food, clean water, and shelter from hot and cold weathers.
This progressive approach is fast becoming the preferred street cat population control method across the nation. Numerous animal welfare agencies have endorsed TNR, and its use grows daily.
TNR significantly reduces the litter of kittens and their population from increasing to numbers that became problematic for all - humans and cats.
Have Feral Cats Near You?
Please send us a message, and we will try to send help!
Don't delay! Adult cats can reproduce anytime, so addressing the situation as soon as possible is the best approach before the problem worsens.
Please consider donating to our rescue. Your donations pay for medical care, antibiotics, vaccinations, and all TNR expenses - 100% of your donations go to the kitties.