Trap Neuter Return TNR is a COMMUNITY based program, meaning that people who feed outside cats, also known as caretakers, trap the cats they are feeding and bring them to a surgery clinic. Cats are done the same day and the caretakers take them home to recover in the traps: 48 hours for females and 18-24 hours for males. The goal of TNR is to stabilize the size of the colony, all cats get a rabies vaccine and they are returned to live in their home territory.
NNN surgery services for community cats are by appointment. PLEASE NOTE: Due to an 8 week closure, appointments are being given to those who were cancelled. There are no NEW appointments available at this time.
NNN has loaner traps at each clinic location to be used at our surgery clinics. PLEASE NOTE: NO TRAPS ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
Financial assistance may be available. Check the Financial resources page for more information.
Volunteers to assist in trapping may be available if you are elderly or disabled or have no transportation. Not every area or community has volunteer trappers. Email our contact page if you have questions.
DO NOT TRAP A CAT UNLESS YOU HAVE A CLINIC TO TAKE IT TO THE NEXT DAY. APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED.