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Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) TNR
is a program for community cats, also known as feral or stray cats, and for the communities and neighborhoods where they live and are cared for. Volunteers and caregivers work to trap the cats, see to the spay neuter services, and are returned to their outdoor homes. These services are provided to the homeowner who is caring for the cats. Donations are appreciated and welcomed for this endeavor.
WHY UTILIZE TNR?
TNR saves and improves the lives of community cats. TNR benefits the community and neighborhood. TNR is the only humane solution for community cats, communities and neighborhoods.
DO YOU QUALIFY FOR TNR?
1. Are you feeding a feral or stray colony?
2. Will you continue to feed the colony once they are spayed or neutered and returned?
3. Do you live in Madison County?
If you answered yes to all three questions, please contact the TNR program through this form: If you have a question.....message here.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?
Send us a message using this form.
If you have TNR questions outside of Madison County, or for administrative, donations and accounting questions, please email us. We'd love to hear from you at WestTNSpayNeuter@gmail.com
PO Box 64
Oakfield, TN 38362
Phone: (731) 300-6610
Monday – Friday,
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
We are a 100% volunteer operated, so you know your donation will go directly to our mission of helping families in need spay or neuter their pets. Even if you can only contribute $5 or $10, it can still go a long way toward helping!