Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) for Cats: Action Kit

Gray-and-white feral barn cat who is part of TNR project

Community cats — i.e., ownerless, free-roaming outdoor cats — can benefit from the help of their human neighbors. And a trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) program, also known as trap-neuter-release (TNR), is a great way to do that.

Do you want to get involved in advocating for community cats and implementing a TNVR program in your area? Here are some resources to help guide you through the process and educate people about TNVR for cats.

Resources on TNVR for cats

In short, TNVR saves the lives of outdoor cats and reduces the number of cats being killed in shelters. Find out more about TNVR programs and the work Best Friends Animal Society is doing to protect community cats.

Learn more about TNVR