TNR stops the cycle of reproduction. I did my first TNR a couple years ago that included two adult females and 3 kittens, and have truly seen the difference it can make for them. The adults are living much healthier and peaceful lives, and the kittens grew up to be so affectionate and are still playful. And, I think we actually formed a closer bond through the TNR process!
How can All About Animals Help Me? Warren clinic to teach and empower you to start TNRing the cats in your area. The workshop teaches best practices in management and trapping. 15 for the rabies vaccination. We loan out live traps for your convenience. If you would like to purchase traps instead of borrow them, we can do that too! We carry Tru-Catch 30LTD traps.
They are available for pick up at our clinic in Warren and in Auburn Hills. Our surgery center in Warren accepts up to 3 feral cats per caregiver without an appointment, Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 10 am. Appointments are required for more than 3 cats or when utilizing the Flint Clinic. To book an appointment in Flint, please call 810-780-4978. Warren appointments can be scheduled for Monday through Friday. 1 cat per trap please.
Pick up for cats is 7:15 am the next day. 25 discount TNR package if you are already feral cat management certified by Michigan Humane Society. AAAR does not endorse or recommend the following shelters, but lists this information as a convenience. Just like fish shipment boxes or used for medicines to be shipped to hospitals. Check with your large chain pet shops, grocery stores, veterinary hospitals and human hospitals. Interior measurements of coolers should be an absolute minimum of 12 inches high and 18 inches wide.
Preferred is 18 inches high and 20 to 22 inches wide. Smaller of the two should be at least an 18 gallon. Home Depot in the insulation department. In some cases, you don’t need to remove stray cats at all — just leave them alone! If you must trap a stray cat, make sure you set the trap in the shade and bring the cat to the shelter or animal services as quickly as possible. NEVER attempt to poison stray cats.
Read below for how-to hints. Should You Feed a Stray Cat? What Should You Do If You Find a Litter of Kittens? In most areas of the world, there is a problem of an overpopulation of feral cats roaming the streets of urban and rural areas. Feral cats are cats that have either been left outside by its previous owners or have lived on the streets from the day they were born. Feral cats do not look any different than any other cat, except they may be skinner and dirtier. There are many reasons that someone would leave a cat outside such as they cannot afford to keep it, the cat is to aggressive to keep in the house or maybe they moved and couldn’t take the cat with them.
None of these are good reasons for not taking a cat to the humane society, but it happens. Feral cats present a problem to society because they reproduce very quickly. There is a very good chance that many if not all the domesticated cats that become feral are not spayed or neutered and that leads to an overpopulation of more feral cats very fast. Feral cats can be a nuisance to you and your pets by stealing your pet’s food. They can also get into your unsecured trash cans and leave a big mess for you to clean up in the morning. Feral cats are also at a higher risk for infectious diseases, parasites and fleas. If a feral cat should scratch you or your pet, you could end up at the hospital to treat the infections or diseases that are passed through their saliva and scratches. If you have a feral cat problem you should take action immediately before you or your pet gets hurt. Here are some suggestions for you to try to get rid of feral cats. Do not feed feral cats. Do not leave dishes of food or water out for them, because they will soon learn that your house gives them food every day.