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TNR stands for "Trap, Neuter, Return" and is the most humane, effective way of managing feral and stray cat populations (that often live together in a group called a colony) and to reduce their numbers in our communities. After cats are trapped, they are brought to a vet to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and ear tipped. Once they have recovered from their surgery, they are returned back to their original territory where food, water, and shelter are provided by a colony caretaker.
ResQ TNR assistance can come in a variety of forms. This program is really about helping members of the community that are actively wanting to help a colony of cats. Our goal is to assist our community to become more active in TNR because the only way we can make a lasting impact on our feral/stray cat populations is if more people get involved to help! Below are some of the various ways the ResQ TNR Assistance Program can help you:
There is no cost to apply for TNR assistance. However, applicants may be asked to contribute toward spay/neuter costs, equipment, and supplies for trapping, if they are financially able to do so.
If you would like to apply for help with TNR, please fill out an application using the link below. If you have questions, please contact our ResQ TNR Assistance program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org . (Link disabled until program reopens.)