Cat Volunteers Prepare to Save Lives

Becca Millis, SICSA’s Cat Lifesaving Manager recently held a class for members of the community to learn more about our TNRM program, which is an acronym for Trap, Neuter, Return, Monitor.  More than 15 people attended the class in which they learned how to help in various roles to save the lives of community cats living outdoors in colonies.

The next class will be held on September 2nd from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. at SICSA Pet Adoption and Wellness Center, and you can get involved.  Participants in the class will learn more about:

  • The mission and goals of our TNRM program and the amount of positive change in which you’ll be directly involved.
  • What to expect as a TNRM volunteer and what roles are available.
  • Definition of what is a community cat and all other categories of cats.
  • Hands on training to operate a feral cat trap, and more!

The training will provide volunteers with the skills to work with SICSA, local municipalities and other organizations to aid in Trap, Neuter, Return and Monitor (TNRM).  Working together we can save as many felines as we possibly can.

If you would like to join Becca in her cat lifesaving efforts, send an email to Becca Millis at for more information.

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