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 COVID-19, 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.