Community Cats

Calico community cat
Note: Trap-neuter-return is also referred to as Trap Neuter Return, trap/neuter/return and TNR....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-retu...Read More
Black-and-white feral cat to be humanely trapped for TNR and then returned to his outdoor colony
There are two reasons why you might want to learn how to trap cats humanely:...Read More
Black and white outdoor cat
When the temperature outside begins to drop, it’s time to make sure the outdoor cats in your community have warm shelters where they can go to remain safe and comfortable....Read More
Two cats near cat trap being used for trap/neuter/return
Trap-neuter-return: What is it? Trap-neuter-return is a humane, non-lethal alternative to the trap-and-kill method of controlling cat populations....Read More
Medium haired black community cat (feral cat) hiding behind some grass
Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometimes called stray, feral or “community ...Read More
Medium haired brown tabby community (feral) cat, with an ear tip, next to a tire
Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometimes called stray, feral, or “community...Read More
Colony of multiple community cats
  Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometim...Read More
Veterinarian wearing scrubs holding a brown tabby cat, surrounded by sheet covered humane traps
Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometimes called stray, feral, or “community cat...Read More