Community Cats : All Community Cat Resources

Cardboard box on its side with a litter of kittens in it
If you find kittens, bringing them to a local shelter is not always the best option!...Read More
Calico community cat
Note: Trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) is also referred to as trap-neuter-return (TNR). ...Read More
Puppy and her person. This pup was rescued as a stray.
Have you successfully trapped a stray animal and are you wondering what the next step is?...Read More
A cat colony caregiver is helping these two stray cats by feeding them.
You may see feral and stray cats, also called community cats, roaming around your neighborhood, and you may be wondering how you can help them....Read More
Three cats who have been neutered. TNVR is the best solution to the feral cats problem.
Free-roaming and feral cats (or community cats, as we like to call them) live in our communities and make their homes wherever they can find food and shelter....Read More
Two tabby cats who are part of a TNR program
One of the keys to bringing about a time of No More Homeless Pets is reducing the number of cats currently dying in shelters nationwide....Read More
Multiple community cats including a dilute calico and black cat
Understanding the conflict Conflict typically arises from a clash of goals, values, beliefs or understandings related to a particular issue....Read More
Gray feral cat who has been relocated to a new colony
Relocating community (aka feral) cats — especially as a group — is an enormous undertaking that can be very stressful for the animals, as well as the people who care for th...Read More
Person hugging a happy brown pit bull terrier
In 2016, when Best Friends announced the goal to lead the country to no-kill by 2025, one of th...Read More
Feral cat meowing. Trapping cats for TNR is important to caring for outdoor cat colonies.
The following are guidelines recommended by Best Friends Animal Society for trapping community cats (free-roaming, stray and feral cats) for the purpose of trap-neuter-vacc...Read More