TNR and Community Cats

homewardboundcats Community Cats

Community cats, also known as feral cats, are unsocialized cats who were born outside without a lot of human contact. While these kitties do not want to curl up on your lap, they still love life and want a place to call home. Once in an animal shelter, most feral cats are put down, because they would not make good house pets. However, they can be altered, vaccinated against rabies, and returned to the outdoors, therefore saving their lives!

Southern Nevada is fortunate to have nonprofit groups that specialize in trap-neuter-return (TNR) of community cats.

Community Cat Coalition of Clark County (C5). Website Phone 702-582-5867. 

Las Vegas Valley Humane Society. Website Phone 702-434-2009. 

If you are looking for more great resources for community cats, please check out Alley Cat Allies, a national nonprofit organization known for their expertise in cat welfare.

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