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Help is Here
If you’re new to colony care and trapping, Stray Cat Alliance can help. Please contact us. We provide humane traps and training on all aspects of trapping for the purposes of TNR for people in southern California. We will help anyone anywhere with advice, however. We don’t lend traps unless you are going to do the right thing and that never includes the pound. Traps are expensive, so we ask for a refundable security deposit if you’ll help with this all-important, ongoing project we call TNR.
TNR - How to do Trap, Neuter and Return
Missy Woodward interviews Elaina Martinez of SCA about how to do TNR - trap, neuter return
The above video shows a demonstration of setting a trap. Also visit and read the links at the bottom of this page.
Trapping with an experienced trapper is always best until you learn the ropes.
Figure on one trap per cat and a few extras…just in case. Do not plan to utilize tranquilizing medications, either oral or in dart or injection form, to speed this process along. It’s too risky and unnecessary.
"T" is for TRAP
“N” is for NEUTER, “R” for RETURN
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