Helping Community CatsCaring for Outdoor Felines
Do You Want To Help A Cat Who Is Living Outside?
SICSA recommends Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor (TNRM) for cats who have lived their entire lives outside, regardless of their level of socialization.
If you would like to schedule a TNRM appointment, please click the button below:
SCHEDULE A TNRM APPOINTMENT
Become a Community Cat Captain
Are you interested in helping community cats? Become a SICSA Cat Captain and learn about TNRM, colony management, and how to help neighborhood cats and people co-exist peacefully. Visit our Adult Volunteering page to get the process started.
BECOME A COMMUNITY CAT CAPTAIN
TNRM is the solution to stabilizing and reducing the community cat population safely and humanely. It has proven results when communities apply the practice actively and liberally.
TNRM is effective in not only decreasing the cat population, but also in decreasing neighborhood nuisance problems such as roaming, fighting, spraying, and howling. Most importantly, it can eliminate the unnecessary euthanasia of thousands of cats annually.
For more information about Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor, click below.
LEARN MORE ABOUT TNRM
Community Cat FAQs
A community cat is a term used for domestic cats who live outdoors and have no apparent owner. They are sometimes called feral cats, which can be a misnomer. Their behavior is not always feral and can range from fearful and wary of people to friendly and social.