TNR of Stray Cats

Save a cat today. Traditional methods to control feral cat populations involve trapping them and removing the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes of females, and removing the testes of the males. The method also tamps down hormone production, reducing behaviors such as territorial fighting and spraying. That’s good for your...
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Save a cat today.

Traditional methods to control feral cat populations involve trapping them and removing the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes of females, and removing the testes of the males. The method also tamps down hormone production, reducing behaviors such as territorial fighting and spraying. That’s good for your cat living at home because it also reduces stress and increases the lifespan of your fluff. But performing vasectomies and hysterectomies on feral cats is a smaller surgical intervention and will not only preserve hormone-driven behavior that can help reduce a colony’s reproduction rates, it also helps cats recover faster. Sex drive and social status will remain intact, allowing males to protect turf from other feral males, ward off new strays, and compete for females, which go into a prolonged state of “nonreceptive” pseudo-pregnancy after sexual activity. Females likewise continue to compete with sexually functional females. The result: fewer successful matings.

What does your commitment do?

Trap, vaccinate, spay/neuter and release of feral cats in areas, isolated from roads, people, and other animals who could harm them, regularly attended to by people who feed them and care for their medical needs.
Where does it go to?

  • veterinarians
  • animal rescue
  • animal shelters
  • animal sanctuaries
  • individual volunteers
  • charities
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