We know cats are dumped outside by owners for various reasons. These cats end up terrified, possibly injured and likely starving. They are usually scared of people and unsure who they can trust so they may be hard to approach. Others might be very friendly and even let you pet them. Either way we can help. If you are unable to secure the cat then we can have our trapping team deployed to the location of where that cat has been seen and attempted to trap it. From there it will be brought to our facility, given medical care and parasite and flea control and scanned for a chip. If there is no chip we will check with the human society to ensure there is no missing cat report on him or her and if not they will enter our foster home network and adoption program.
If the cat is feral and living outdoors we will ensure the cat is TNR’d (Trap Neutered Released) to help control the population of the cats on the street. The questions we ask below help us determine if the cat we are trapping is a homeless cat or a feral so we can send the right equipment and team to handle the cat.