TNR Reality Check

About This Site
Mission Statement
Positions on Free-Roaming and Feral Cats UPDATED
Supporters of TNR
Do Americans Want TNR?
Basic Information About TNR
Public Health UPDATED
The Contradictions of TNR
Examples of the Failure of TNR UPDATED
Examples of Responsible Cat Management UPDATED
Information for Municipalities UPDATED
Does TNR Work?
Library Display Information
Sample Petition Opposing TNR
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Our Missions:

To educate the public about the negative effects Trap-Neuter-Release (Trap-Neuter-Return) has on native wildlife, domestic cats and humans through well-documented facts, scientific literature and respected resources.

To provide local governments and constituents recommendations regarding the free-roaming and feral cat issue that do not result in harmful consequences for wildlife or inhumane outcomes for cats.

To present helpful and interesting information related to wild animals and domestic cats.

Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal. My strength lies solely in my tenacity.

-Louis Pasteur

Backyard migratory bird. Baltimore Oriole perching in an apricot tree.
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