Improving the lives of stray and feral cats through trap/neuter/return

Jessamine County Trap Neuter Return is a volunteer-based program that helps to promote the health of communities and feral cat populations in several ways. 1) Spay/neutering of feral/stray cats; 2) At the time of altering, the cats receive rabies shots; 3) when possible, rehoming of kittens in the colonies. Colonies with intact males and females have issues with 1) over-population, 2) fighting cats 3) illness 4) roaming. Once a colony’s members are no longer making kittens, the colony stabilizes and the numbers remain for the most part consistent. 

We are well into our 2019 season!  In 2014 we have helped more than 2000 kitties take the "no more kitten" pledge. But even at $25 per cat (what it costs JCTNR) the price can quickly overwhelm a caregiver who may have 10 or 20 cats on their property. Many of these community cats have been abandoned here and their care-givers struggle just to feed them. Will you help these cats and their care-givers? Will you sponsor just one cat? Please click on our "donate" button below and make a difference in your community.

So far in 2019 we have helped 111 cats and their care-givers.

 
 
 

           

What is Trap, Neuter & Return?


Trap, neuter and return, referred to as TNR, is a national program in which feral cats are trapped using safe and humane traps, taken to a veterinarian to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and then returned to their colonies. Kittens and tame cats are adopted into homes when possible.

As little as $25 can spay/neuter, rabies vaccinate and eartip a feral or free-roaming cat.
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