TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) for Cats

TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) for Cats 2018-01-09T09:00:51+00:00
Photo: Alley Cat Allies

Photo: Alley Cat Allies

HATS successfully TNRd 304 cats in 2017!!

Thanks to the Charlotte Humane Society monthly transports, we were able to maximize the number of cats trapped, sterilized and vaccinated, and returned to their homes. In addition we had a number of volunteers who graciously gave their time to drive cats to nearby transports and to the clinics so that we reached exceeded our goal of 300 cats!

2018 Transport Dates

We are making some very exciting changes for 2018 and are still in the process of working out details. We hope to increase the number of cats TNRd for 2018. Please check back to this page for upcoming dates and details.

If you are in need of TNR for cats in your neighborhood or on your property, please email us at TNR@hatsalive.org and we will get you information and add you to our schedule for 2018. Please include your address, how many cats you have (adult, kittens, approximate age of kittens), and a phone number where you can be reached.

The HATS TNR team works primarily in Lincoln County. Other area resources for assistance with TNR:

Charlotte:
Leah Massey, Community Cat Coordinator, Humane Society of Charlotte
704-494-7717
lmassey@humanecharlotte.org

Charlotte & Gastonia:
Friend of Feral Felines – 704-348-1578
feralangels@gmail.com

Huntersville/Lake Norman/Mooresville:
Lake Norman Lucky Cat – (704) 877-7779

For more information on caring for and managing feral or community cats, a great source is Alley Cat Allies.

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