Tools & Tips
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Gain community support for your TNR efforts with these tips on creating good cat neighbors.
Looking for TNR certification? Learn how to be a safe and effective caretaker of feral and stray cat colonies in New York City by using Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). After you watch the webinar, check your in-box for information on how to register as a Certified TNR Caretaker in NYC.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals supports Trap-Neuter-Return as a positive and effective program to help reduce outdoor cat populations.
It’s Community Cat Week: Help outdoor kitties stay warm this winter with inexpensive foam coolers!
Want to get your community on board with TNR? Talk it up this way.
How and when do you decide to consider stray cats for your adoption floor or determine if they are candidates for TNR? This webinar shares the results of the ASPCA’s extensive research study on social vs. unsocialized cats.
Since ferals may be less healthy, more aggressive and more easily stressed than your general cat population, giving them a separate housing area benefits everyone.
Is that cat feral? Take a quiz to see if you can tell the difference between socialized and unsocialized cats
Use these simple postcards or modify them to help educate your community about TNR.