Trap-Neuter-Return  (TNR) - WHY

TNR is the heart of our work to reduce cat overpopulation.

A female cat can become pregnant as young as four months and can bear three litters a year. That's about 2900 cats in five years. Or would be if more than one in four survived - 75% of all cats born in the wild die from predators, starvation or illness. (source)

 

TNR is a proven solution for reducing feral colonies and the overall feral population.

TNR stabilizes the colony population humanely, improves the cats’ lives, saves taxpayer dollars, addresses neighbors’ concerns, and helps the entire community reach a solution that benefits everyone. (Alley Cat Allies - read more information from them here.)

The FCPGA does not go onto properties to trap cats, but we can lend you traps, help you with lots of information, and supply low/no cost spay/neuter vouchers. There's more information on our TNR-HOW webpage here.

 

Or contact us by email fcpga@yahoo.com or leave a message on our FB page and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

You can make a difference!

Alley Cat Allies has a great video. Watch it below.

How to TNR information is here.

More TNR Resources Below

If you need more info about TNR (trap-neuter-return) or about feral cats in general, these resources may be able to help.

Based in DC, Alley Cat Allies is one of the largest cat rescue organizations in the country. Extensive information, tips, and videos about TNR and community cats.

PAWS and WHISKERS is an Atlanta-based rescue organization with lots of information and resources on their web site.

A NYC-based rescue group offering lots of information.

There are many, many others!

If you have a source you think we should add, please send the information.

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