|Mission: Promote adoption of Trap Neuter Return as the preferred |
|strategy for humanely managing and reducing free-roaming cat |
populations in south central Pennsylvania.
|Organizational Goal: Reduce existing unaltered free-roaming |
|domestic feline populations by 80 percent in south central |
Pennsylvania by 2022.
|Nobody’s cats are everybody’s cats.
Strategies and Resources:
|The Nobody's Cats Foundation, PO Box 725, New Cumberland, PA 17070-0725
|Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) as the effective, cost-effective and humane method of
This section in the future will provide technical Strategies and Resources to businesses
and institutions on behalf of feral cats and feral cat caregivers.
Using this technique, all the cats in a colony are trapped, altered and vaccinated
against rabies. Feral cats are then returned to their territory where caregivers provide
them with lifelong food, water, shelter and veterinary care. Young kittens who can still
be socialized, as well as friendly adults, are placed in foster care and eventually
adopted out to good homes.
TNR is a movement that is growing by leaps and bounds as residents and local
governments see its potential. It is on a trajectory to become the predominant method
of feral cat population control.
List of organizations that offer useful info on anything TNR and feral cats.
TNR and cat colony management is ideal for any group of dedicated, caring, committed
If you are part of a group interested in participating in TNR or would just like to be
educated on the TNR strategy, we’d be happy to meet with you.
To schedule a seminar or invite us to speak at your meeting, please contact us at