TNR Programs

What is TNR?

One critical piece of supporting cat welfare is Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR). TNR is a safe, humane, and effective way to manage your community’s feral or stray cat population. TNR quickly stabilizes feral cat colony numbers and also allows socialized cats to be removed from the colony and adopted.

 

Some of the Benefits of TNR:

  • Stabilization of cat colony populations
  • Eliminates aggressive mating behaviors
  • Protects cats lives by reducing shelter intakes and overcrowding in shelters
  • Improves cats’ lives through physical health checks and vaccinations

TNR Programs in My Area

 


Cobb County

Good Mews

(770) 499-2287

Email

Clayton County

Frida’s Foundation

(470) 869-0229

Email

Dekalb & Fulton Counties

Lifeline Animal Project

(404) 292-8800

Email

North Fulton/Forsyth & Dawson Counties

Feral Cat Program of Georgia

Email

Barrow, Newton, Rockdale & Walton Counties

Altered Feral State

Email

Northlake/Tucker/Decatur, GA

Meow or Never, Inc.

(678) 948-8671

Email

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Humane Society

(404) 875-5331

 

Athens, GA

Athens Human Society

(706) 769-9155

Georgia

Planned Pethood

(678) 561-3491

Email