Bottom line? Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) works. Learn about programs that reduce feral feline overpopulation and benefit both cats and their communities.
Is This Cat Feral?
Is there a reliable and humane tool for identifying truly unsocialized cats shortly after they arrive at the shelter?
Learn How Now: TNR Initiatives That Work
Step-by-step profiles of proven programs:
Western NY: Say Yes to Collaborating—And No to Catch and Kill
When The SPCA Serving Erie County teamed up with the advocacy group Feral Cat FOCUS, the agency's euthanasia rates and cat intake decreased after a year. Here's how and why.
Oregon & Washington: Ferals-Only Mobile Clinic
Q.) What enables the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon to provide affordable services that aren't readily available in the remote areas they serve? A.) A huge volunteer network.
Gainesville, FL: S/N Voucher Program
Thanks to volunteers and local vets who perform reduced-fee spay/neuter in their own clinics, Operation Catnip was able to increase their number of feral cat sterilizations by 33%.