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Connecting with Fellow Cat Lovers
Cat lovers unite! If you love cats, you’re in good company. Cat lovers live all over the world and defy stereotypes. When we come together to protect and improve the lives of all cats.
Know What’s Going on in Your Community
There are cats in every community, but how these cats are treated can differ from place to place. Knowing what happens to cats in your community is important, lifesaving information: it can help you advocate for better policies for cats, and help you act quickly when a crisis occurs.
They might know Garfield and Grumpy Cat, but even a big cat lover might not know about community cats. That’s okay: YOU can teach them all about these wonderful felines and convert them to community cat lovers! But even if they aren’t cat lovers and never will be, educating your neighbors about community cats will help them understand that Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) will help the community—and that it’s something everyone can get behind.
Organize your Community for Neighborhood TNR
Getting your community involved in a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) effort is a great pro-active step in protecting and improving the lives of cats. This article will tell you how to get started.
Following Best Practices
Communities are made up of all kinds of people—and animals! When it comes to cats and people coexisting there are ways you can help keep the peace. One big help is making sure best practices are being followed for community cat care.
Advocating for Cats
Make sure the cats in your community are protected by advocating for humane policies on their behalf. As the global engine of change for cats, we have all the information and resources you’ll need to start advocating for cats in your community.