Protecting Feral Cats

All you need to know about trap-neuter-return

By Cimeron Morrissey

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While you’re out enjoying a walk in the park on a beautiful summer day, you suddenly spot two untamed and owner-less cats living in the bushes. You want to help them, but how?

If you ask feline advocates or rescuers, they’ll tell you that the most effective and humane way to help is to trap-neuter-return (TNR) the cats. You’re probably asking yourself if it’s really the best solution, why sterilization improves their lives, or how in the world you’re supposed to catch cats that can’t even be touched. If you look at the benefits and alternatives, you’ll see why TNR is such a widely accepted and successful way to help free-roaming cats. And once you try it, you’ll find that it’s actually so simple and safe that anyone from age 9 to 90 can do it. So, let’s take a closer look at TNR.

Click here to see CatChannel’s exclusive checklist on everything you need for TNR.

**Get the July 2010 issue of CAT FANCY to read the full article.**

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