- Ways to Help
Homeless cats roaming your neighborhood?
Upset by the never-ending cycle of unwanted kittens? Tired of the fighting, yowling, and spraying? TNR, or trap-neuter-return, is a humane and effective approach to managing and, ultimately, decreasing feral (wild) and stray cat populations.
Trap: The cats are caught and transported using safe, humane traps.
Neuter/Spay: The cats are taken to a veterinary clinic to be neutered or spayed and vaccinated.
Return: The cats are returned to the site from which they came.
Community Cat Initiative, The Hermitage’s TNR program, offers the following services:
If you are interested in creating a better quality of life for, both the people, and homeless cats in your neighborhood, please contact the Hermitage at:
520.571.7839, or at firstname.lastname@example.org