Just the Facts: Declawing
5 Ways Microchips Save Lives Postcard
Plan to Scan Postcard
A microchip is no bigger than a grain of rice but can save a cat’s life! This fun, informative postcard is a quick and easy guide to what exactly microchips and scanners are, how to scan for a microchip, and why it is important to Plan to Scan®.
Vets Put the ‘NV’ in TNVR Postcard
This fun, informative postcard explains just five of the many reasons veterinarians are vital to TNVR. This 5x7 full-color postcard is printed on environmentally friendly paper. It's perfect to pass out to friends, neighbors, and community members, or to have available in shelters and veterinary offices.
6 Ways to #LoveCatsMore Postcard
You love cats. You love your own cat, your neighbor’s cat, and community cats. But when it comes to saving cats’ lives, there are ways everyone can #LoveCatsMore. This fun 5x7 full-color postcard, environmentally friendly paper, is a quick and easy guide to six ways to do it. It's perfect to pass out to friends, neighbors, and community members, or to have available in shelters and veterinary offices.
How to Help Community Cats: A Step-by-Step Guide to Trap-Neuter Return
This simple and informative guide walks through the steps of Trap-Neuter-Return. It follows a TNR effort from planning to completion so you can learn the ins and outs of the process. Ideal for new and seasoned trappers alike, this step-by-step handbook is a great reference to keep in your back pocket.
Alley Cat Action, Volume 29, Issue 4, Summer 2019
Community Cat Infographic Poster
What is a community cat anyways? This informative poster has the answer! The infographic includes the definition of ‘community cat’ and essential facts about their lifestyle and needs. Share this poster with your friends and neighbors to spread knowledge about the cats who live among us.
“Help! I Found a Kitten Outdoors” Poster
Trapping Cats: How to Trap an Entire Colony
When you’re getting ready to conduct Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), one of the best things you can do for the cats you care for (and for you!) is to try to trap an entire colony at once.
Feral Cat Health Analysis: Living Healthy Lives Outdoors
Feral cats—or cats not socialized to humans—are healthy and content in their outdoor homes. Research shows they do not suffer harsh lives or pose a health risk to other cats.
Advocacy Tools: Public Education
Get the materials you need to educate others about community cats and Trap-Neuter-Return, all in one convenient bundle!