TNR Program (trap, nueter, and release) explained by Patches the Cat
During the winter I was scared, hungry and often times very cold but I had my brothers to keep me warm.
There was a stranger who dropped off food but we did not trust him. We would wait until he left before we would eat.
When spring approached we could finally get out to play.
The stranger made sure we had food and water. With each passing day we began to trust him anxiously awaiting the moment he would deliver our food. Then we would rush to eat.
We were still afraid so we would not allow him to comfort us.
When I was seven months old he began taking me and my brothers to the doctor.
We now trust him. He is our friend.
My name is Patches. I am one lucky stray kitten. I have someone who takes care of me.
My new friend tells me the Humane Society makes it possible.
They offer a program called Trap, Neuter and Release or TNR.
This program allows individuals to bring stray cats to Veterinarians to have them fixed (spayed or neutered). It is important to have this done on both males and females. The process removes their ability to create baby kittens. Then you release the cats back into the community.
Stray Kitty Cats in Patches Neighborhood
I have more friends down the alley and across town who could use this program.
It helps drastically reduce the kitty population.
Will you help me by using this program?
Contact your local Humane Society for details.
Each stray cat needs your help.
Were you aware of the TNR PROGRAM? (Trap, neuter and release)
Catch and Release Trap
This trap is easy to set up. Anyone can use it.
Just place food inside and set trap.
Your stray kitty cat will soon be ready for transport to Veterinarian.
I have used this trap on numerous occasions.
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