Trap/Neuter/Release Feral Cat Program

"To advocate, protect and rescue, abandoned and abuse animals using a proactive humane approach. Committed to our "no kill" programs, increasing community awareness and creating progressive changes in animal welfare"

New England Society For Abandoned Animals

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Trap --  Using a baited Hav-A-Hart trap, the feral cat gets humanely trapped

Neuter -- The feral cat is then transported to a local Vet where he/she will be spayed/neutered, ear tipped (to prove the cat has been altered) , de-wormed,  and given a rabies vaccine

Release -- After the feral cat has been given time to rest and recover, he/she is then brought back to their original colony and released. The colony must have a feeder in order to to be properly TNR'd 

TNR programs is an alternative non-lethal way to control the over-population of feral/stray cats. Releasing the feral cats back to their colony without the possibility of reproducing and letting nature takes its course