Why Trap-Neuter-Return is important.
You may have seen these letters and wondered what they meant. TNR is used to refer to Trap-Neuter-Return – the only proven method to be humane and effective when controlling feral cat colony populations.
Many considerate animal lovers feed feral cats and that has resulted in numerous established feral cat colonies. Using TNR, all of the cats in the colony are trapped, neutered and then returned to their established territories. Friendly adults and young kittens who can still be socialized are often placed in foster care and adopted out to good homes after a time.
TNR SUPPORT ORGANIZATION
T.A.R.A. – The Animals Rights Alliance, Inc.
Have you seen this van nearby? That's the T.A.R.A. low-cost spay/neuter clinic for cats and dogs. If you want to neuter a feral cat, first find out if your community has a co-pay system which will reduce your cost even further.
The folks at T.A.R.A do a wonderful job. To learn more about what they do and how you can help this wonderful organization CLICK HERE.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ON FERAL CATS