Kittens and tame (stray) cats may be taken into The Cat House to find good homes, space permitting. Healthy cats too wild (feral) to be adopted are returned to their familiar habitat under the lifelong care of volunteers.
TNR works. In communities where TNR is widely embraced, feral cat numbers have dropped. TNR works because it breaks the cycle of reproduction. Behaviors such as fighting and spraying are greatly reduced. In general, the cost of sterilizing and returning a feral cat is less than half the cost of trapping, holding, killing, and disposing of a feral cat. Disease and malnutrition are also greatly reduced. The cats live healthy, safe, and peaceful lives in their territories.
If you want to help the feral and stray cats in your neighborhood and reduce the number of cats and kittens killed in traditional shelters, complete the TNR interest form below. Please note that our TNR program, which is funded entirely by donations, is limited to Lincoln, Nebraska, and the surrounding area. Also note that our TNR program is for feral (wild) or stray cats. For help getting your companion/pet cat spayed or neutered, see the “Spay/neuter assistance” section on our “Need Help” page.
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