Feral Cats / Trap Neuter Return (TNR)
Feral cats are frequently the result of cats that have been abandoned and left to fend for themselves. The most responsible and humane approach to these community cats is to trap, neuter and return the cats to the original location where a safe, sheltered feeding station can then be provided.
Removal of feral cats, who are by nature territorial, causes a vacuum effect whereby another cat or colony of cats will move into the vacated area.
We can also arrange for the trapping and neutering of entire feral colonies. Cats that have been neutered and released in this way will have the tip of one ear removed for identification purposes.
If you are feeding a feral colony and would like assistance with TNR please contact us via our helpline.
Alternatively if you wish to be a Trap, Neuter and Return volunteer, then please get in touch to hear more about the role and also see the video below to find out more about neutering, and TNR involvement.