Did you know kittens can start reproducing as young as 18 weeks old?
Babies themselves, already having litters. 2-3 litters a year of an average of four kittens. Aside from the simple fact of there are too many homeless cats in the world,
kittens born feral so often end up sick or injured.
TNR stands for TRAP NEUTER RETURN
Cats are humanely live trapped, neutered, vaccinated against Rabies, and ear tipped to easily identify they are neutered, and then released back where originally trapped.
Spay and neuter is the only way we will stop the overpopulation, the unwanted litters, the sadness that is the life of a feral cat. They don’t deserve it.
Please reach out if you are in Grant County (IN) and have feral cats in your area you would like to have spayed/neutered.
There is no cost to the public for our services (donations always appreciated).