Trap-Neuter-Return Research Compendium
Conflict Resolution—How to Organize Quickly to Protect Community Cats
Not everybody understands the benefits of community cats and Trap-Neuter-Return. That means community cat colonies can sometimes face the risk of being removed from an area.
If there is ever a disagreement over community cats, it's important that you're ready to protect them. Our Conflict Resolution Fact Sheet is here to help. This guide is full of information to help you assess the situation, create a plan of action, and successfully advocate on behalf of community cats.
The Vacuum Effect
Research: The Vacuum Effect
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is Not Abandonment—And Local Laws Must Reflect It
TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) is NOT abandonment. When community cats are returned, they are going back to the outdoor homes where they have been living and thriving. Learn more.
Best Practices: Community Cat Colony Care
The Cat Socialization Continuum: A Guide to Interactions Between Cats and Humans
Alley Cat Allies' "The Cat Socialization Continuum: A Guide to Interactions Between Cats and Humans" will help you understand the many degrees of socialization cats can exhibit and how to apply that knowledge to best care for, help, and protect them.
All About Community Cats
Learn about feral cats in your community. Why can’t they be adopted? How does Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) work? Find out.
Why Trap-Neuter-Return Feral Cats? The Case for TNR
What is Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)? Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane & effective approach to community cats. It stabilizes cat populations by stopping reproduction. Learn more about TNR & how it improves the lives of community cats.