Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR)

We conduct a trap/neuter/return program on a project basis in Delaware, Morrow, Knox, and southern Richland Counties. For this program, our trained volunteers trap feral (wild) cats in humane traps and transport them to a licensed veterinarian for spay or neuter surgery, a one-year rabies vaccination, ear-tipping, and medical treatment if needed. After a brief recovery, the cats are returned to their home. The colony caregiver is expected to provide simple, long-term care to the cats.

We are not a cat removal service, animal shelter, or adoption agency.

If you need TNR assistance with a feral cat or colony, please download and submit the form below.

Because of the coronavirus, we are currently unable to do any TNR.

Feral Cat in Trap

Feral Cat in Trap

Trap/Neuter/Return Assistance

If you are interested in TNR assistance, please read our TNR Frequently Asked Questions. Then, download and complete the 2019 TNR Request form and return it to us.