The first step is to contact Arizona Defense League which is a wonderful non-profit resource for TNR. They lend humane traps, schedule clinic… Continue reading Where to begin? Trap Neuter Return (TNR) in your neighborhood.
‘The General’ is our volunteer trappers’ nemesis. We have unsuccessfully tried to catch this guy to get him neutered. We have come very close even catching him in a drop tap, but this smart and agile guy dug out a nd escaped in short order. He was fittingly called ‘The General’ since he has shown… Continue reading The General
One day while patiently trapping a cat. We became aware of some cats that were being cared for by a woman who was a tenant in one of the nearby offices. In this colony was Jet (black Cat), Carol Anne (White/Orange/long hair) and Rusty —All had been fixed! She had been caring for these beautiful cats… Continue reading Abandoned Colony
Our volunteer colony feeders notified our director that new cats were spotted at one of our colonies. Here are some initial pictures as they are a little skittish. Properly conducted TNR means we will trap these guys and evaluate their temperament after they are spayed or neutered. They will either be placed for adoption if… Continue reading New Arrivals