Have you ever heard of TNR or Trap Neuter Return?
TNR is the most effective way to reduce the number of kittens and cats relinquished to shelters and rescues each and every year. By using humane methods, community cats are trapped at their colonies, spayed/neutered and vaccinated, and then returned to the colony where they originated from.
Here at Miss Dixie’s Kitten Rescue, we believe in a full-circle TNR approach that focuses on sterilizing community cats in the colonies where our kittens are rescued.
For the month of May, we will be sharing TNR information, success stories, and info about the volunteer program we are building to be able to service more of our community.
If you want to learn more OR want know how you can get involved in TNR, leave us a comment below!
Thank you to The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) for the great infographic!