January 19, 2017

When a community cat is found to be feral or semi-feral because they have had little or no contact with humans, they have, most often been considered unadoptable, but there is a new approach gaining foothold within the world of cats. Generally it’s called a working cat...

January 18, 2017

Many animals, both wild and domesticated, can pass diseases to people. These are zoonotic diseases. Although we should be concerned about such diseases, there are common myths about the public health risks associated with community cats.

Still, those who are charged wit...

January 17, 2017

The vacuum effect occurs when community cats are trapped and taken out of the territory they reside in and protect, leaving a void.  This misguided way of thinking is called trap and kill.  These cats are killed simply because they are deemed unadoptable and not social...

January 17, 2017

Attrition is the reduction, over time, in the number of community cats that have been TNVR'd (trap-neuter-vaccinate-return) and living in managed colonies.  TNVR includes spay/neuter/vaccinate and return to the territory where the community cat was originally humanely...

January 15, 2017

In the community cat movement, we all have one goal in common: To reduce the number of abandoned pet and feral cats over time.  Together these cats are referred to as community cats. This is the compassionate and right thing to do.

This goal cannot be achieved by any on...

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