“The primary goal of a community TNR program is to reduce the free-roaming cat population. Other objectives include improving public health and providing as good a level of care for the cats as reasonably possible. Another goal that has emerged in recent years is the direct lowering of euthanasia at open admission shelters through Return to Field programs.” “PetSmart Charities Community TNR: Tactics and Tools,” by Bryan Kortis.
The book offers a blueprint of how to use Trap-Neuter-Return to reduce overpopulation in a whole community—with tactics and tools that can be adapted to fit your unique situation.
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