Luckily, in recent years a new phenomena known as Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) has become a popular and successful method in controlling the city's feral cat population. Unlike mass collection and euthanasia, TNR humanely controls the city's feral cat colonies. Local volunteers are certified to trap animals and bring them in for discounted spaying and neutering services at participating providers. The cats are assessed for adoptability, vaccinated and if they are deemed healthy, released back into their neighborhood of origin where volunteer care-givers feed and maintain the colony.
This page is dedicated to "TNRing" and maintaining a colony of Cats located in the 21st Street area of South Slope in Brooklyn. We are looking for funds to deal with whatever food costs and veterinary services might arise during this process. Please help alleviate the suffering of these animals and prevent more at-risk animals from being born onto the streets. Donate today!
- alyssa leal
- Susan Cattermole
- Mikell Morissette
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