North Shore Animal League America’s Community Outreach program helps bring awareness to the plight of community cats through education, TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), assisting with the adoption of friendly cats and kittens, and supporting community cat caretakers. The program is designed to provide education to the public on how to help these cats live long and healthy lives, while at the same time reducing the population through TNR and adoption of ‘friendlies.’
About the Program
The Community Outreach Program offers education and resources to help community cats and kittens in your area, including:
- Equipment rental for TNR and for fostering a community cat in need, such as a pregnant or injured cat
- In-person training on our campus to learn how to use a trap and other equipment
- Low-cost feral houses
- A food bank for community cat caregivers
Contact us today for more information on how to get started in your community.
Email: [email protected]
Learning About Community Cats
Do you know the difference between a community cat and a feral cat? Do you know what TNR means? How would you take care of a litter of kittens if found in your yard? These are all important things to know when you want to get involved with the care of cats in your neighborhood. These helpful videos will give you a better understanding of the life of these cats, and how you can help make their lives better.