Community Cats Provides Humane Feral Cat Traps To Rescues To Help With TNR Efforts

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An estimated 70 million feral cats live in the United States.

Feral cats (also known as community cats) are usually cared for by the community, hence the name of the signature program Community Cats.

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Kind-hearted people and animal rescues feed and care for the feral cats in their neighborhoods. Cats reproduce quickly and usually have multiple kittens at a time, so the only way to humanely control the population is through TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return).

Every year, millions of stray kittens and adult cats enter shelters. A way to help reduce the number of stray cats is through TNR programs. However, the cost of the humane traps can be expensive for rescues that uses all their money to care and feed homeless animals.

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This is where the Community Cat program comes in. Tru-Catch Traps, the leading humane cat trap company, is partnering with GreaterGood.org to provide these much needed traps to deserving shelters and rescue groups.

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With your help, we can make a huge difference for these underserved organizations and the lives of community cats everywhere. You can help by adopting a cat, volunteering with a TNR effort, and donating $25 to purchase one humane trap.

Together, we can make a difference.

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Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast that resides in West Michigan. When not writing, she is exploring the great outdoors with her dogs and horses.
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