Our TNR project is designed to help sterilize and vaccinate Community Cats and return them back to their home (where they were trapped) to live out their lives; happy and healthy. Community Cats are friendly or feral stray (unowned) cats that prefer to live outdoors. They receive a left ear tip (see picture) while under anesthesia, which is the national standard for visual confirmation that the cat has been altered and vetted. This does not hurt the cat in any way and prevents an already altered cat from being re-trapped and sedated unnecessarily.
How it works:
TRN is designed to stop the population growth of community cats in your neighborhood. The cats are trapped in humane cat traps, then taken for spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations. Once they are recovered from surgery they are returned back to thier home.
If you are interested in starting TNR in your area you may reach out to our office for further information. If you have any physical limitations that prevent you from being able to trap cats in your area, we may be able to provide assistance, otherwise we will provide guidance for your TNR project. If you are interested in volunteering for our TNR project and help trap in other areas of the county, please call 470-903-TRAP (8727).
Due to our limited trap inventory, please call our office to request a trap at 470-903-TRAP (8727).
No, since these cats are unsocialized they are unadoptable and cannot be placed in a home. They need to be returned to their home per county ordinances.
Always start with what they have already been eating. You can also use tuna, sardines, mackrel, samon, etc. Any strong smelling cat food would also work.
Please do not use any ceramic or glass in the trap. Only use a small paper or plastic bowl or plate.
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2148 Duluth Hwy, Suite 112
Duluth GA, 30097
Contact Us: 470-789-PAWS (7297)
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