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TNVR stands for Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate and Return. It involves trapping the feral, stray and free roaming cats, getting them neutered, vaccinated for anti-rabies, marking them with ear tattoo and releasing them back to their original habitat.
•Humane way of controlling free-roaming cats.
•Effective, efficient and affordable for the community.
•Removes the threat of rabies exposure and infection.
•Monitor the cats health status and population in the community.
•Spaying & neutering removes unwanted behaviors from stray & feral cats such as noises
•Avoids reproduction unwanted stray & feral cats.
•Reduces accidents due to reduce competition.
•Removes stress from female cats.
•Improve the over all health of cats.
•Promotes positive co-existing between the cats & community
A feeding station establishes a specific area where the cats know to come for food
SETTING OF CAT TRAP & BAIT
The captured cats will be brought to the clinic for spaying and neutering.
Because the cats will be released back, it is important to mark them as neutered.
Anti-rabies are given to protect both the cats & the community.
The cats will be returned to their natural habitat, sterilized and vaccinated. They are a now free to roam, safe and beneficial for the community.
TNVR proves that it is possible for humans and free-roaming cats to co-exist. It promotes a good relationship for animal welfare advocates and the community. Establishes healthy well being for the cats. And provides long term solution to the stray & feral cat population.