Seeing stray cats?
The humane, effective way to control the number of community cats is trap-neuter-return (TNR). Community cats are the feral and stray free-roaming cats in your neighborhood. Together we can control their population and help save cats' lives.
Benefits of helping stray cats:
- Allows spayed/neutered, vaccinated, ear-tipped cats to be returned to their outdoor area to live out their lives. (Ear-tipping is universal symbol of a spayed/neutered cat.)
- Humanely controls the community cat population so there are fewer cats over time.
- Reduces the number of cats killed by keeping these cats out of municipal shelters.
- Minimizes nuisance behaviors like spraying, fighting, howling and roaming.
- Improves health of cats and neighborhood relations.
For help with stray cats in your neighborhood, contact a program near you:
Best Friends Animal Society–Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
801-432-2124, ext. 2413 or 2420
Coachella Valley Community Cat Program
Riverside County, California
Cobb County Community Cat Program
Columbus Community Cats Project
Four Directions Community Cat Program
Southern Utah and Northern Arizona
Free Fix LA
Los Angeles, California
(Covering zip code areas: 91331, 91342, 91402, 91405, and 91605)
Las Vegas Community Cats Program
Las Vegas, Nevada
Philadelphia Community Cats Project
Tucson Community Cats Project
To learn more about stray cat help:
- Click here to check out resources for helping community cats and solutions to cat-related issues.
- For details on humane deterrents to keep cats out of your yard and safe, watch our video or click here to learn more about solutions.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- To volunteer with these programs, check out the opportunities available.