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TNR Scenarios: Pregnant Cat

Learn what to do if you discover a pregnant cat outdoors during Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).

Relocation: A Last Resort

Addressing Violent Threats Against Cats

If someone threatens the cats you care for, you should take it very seriously. There are things you can do to prevent threats from escalating, especially because the law is on your side. Intentionally injuring or killing a cat is a criminal offense.

If Cats You Care for Have Been Harmed or Killed

Confronting animal cruelty can be overwhelming, but the cats need your help. As you may know, intentionally harming or killing a cat is illegal—whether they’re owned, stray, or unowned. If someone has harmed the cats you care for, there are steps you can take.

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.

Educating Others

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.

How to Catch a Feral or Stray Cat with a Trap

Some cats are harder to trap than others. See our tips on how to catch feral or stray cats to safely and humanely trap cats. Learn more!

Tips for Trapping Mom and Kittens

Get the tips you need to safely trap mom cat and her kittens when they need your help.

TNR Scenarios: Mom and Kittens

Learn what to do if you discover a mom and kittens outdoors during Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).

New Cats

While caring for an outdoor cat colony, you might notice new members joining the group. After all, you’re providing food, water, and outdoor shelter, and word gets around that it’s the place to be! Sometimes, though, new cats behave more wildly than the cats already in the colony.