Community cats are free-roaming or feral cats that live in our communities and make their homes wherever they can find food and shelter. No matter where you are, community cats probably live among you. They live full, healthy lives with their feline families (called colonies) and their outdoor homes.
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the only humane, effective approach to community cats, and it helps them and the communities where they live.
What is our cat
Moms can leave for up to 8 hours at a time – the kitten may not abandoned. If you’re unsure if the kittens are abandoned, sprinkle flour in a ring around the kittens. Check back the next day to see if the flour has been disturbed. If the flour is intact and the kittens are fussy, bring them to the Center for an assessment.
What is TNR?
Community Cat TNR Program
We are in the process of creating a Community Cat TNR program.