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TNR Scenarios: Nursing Mother Cat
If you have trapped a cat who may have a litter of kittens, don’t panic. We have tips to ensure a positive outcome for both mother cat and her kittens.
Evaluating a Cat Sanctuary: A Hands-On Guide
Relocating community cats should only be a last resort. If a cat sanctuary is your only option, then it’s important to evaluate the suitability of the sanctuary.
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.
TNR Scenarios: Tips for Cold Weather Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)
Yes, you can conduct Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) during the cold winter season, wherever in the world you live. In fact, it’s one of the most important times of year to do so. Just follow our cold weather tips!