TNR Fun at Aunty's House
Our great team of volunteers and staff work hard on TNR projects but they also have fun working together. And we have the photos to prove it.
Volunteers Jan and Willie found that the TNR bait (canned mackerel) was good enough to eat.
Meanwhile, volunteer Milber gets everything organized by labeling the traps as preparation for taking the cats into the vet.
And done! Well, for this part anyway. From here, the cats will be spayed/neutered and receive rabies vaccinations. After a short recovery period, they will be returned as a non-breeding colony.
If you'd like to help feed and clean during the recovery process, or would like to help in the ongoing TNR efforts, please email email@example.com.