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babies and more babies!

It was a busy weekend of TNR activities at the mobile home community I’ve been working on. We started trapping early last week in one lot and already have trapped 2 kittens and 7 adults. On Saturday, we walked around the community, gathering information about the community cats. You know it’s going to be an interesting day when […]

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It’s been a full week of TNR! Lots of checking traps and early morning visits to the spay/neuter clinic. So far, we have trapped nine cats/kittens at this site. Guess what’s in this covered trap? This adorable bundle of fluff! So far we have two 8-week old kittens with more to get yet. Out of the […]

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a new office cat

The current TNR project I’m working on involves an office cat. The office staff care takes a small colony of two feral cats, a mother and daughter. Both have been previously spayed and eartipped. Not long ago, they noticed a new cat, without an eartip started showing up. Our goal is to trap this cat, […]

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beware the coyote

Later in the night, after trapping the one cat and resetting the two traps, I talked with my TNR mentor. I shared with her about this TNR site, being in the middle of no-where, with no houses around for miles. She was a bit surprised that we were leaving the traps open all night, she […]

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It’s been a busy weekend of TNR activities even though there’s still a full day remaining in the weekend! Yesterday was trapping day for the BP site. Because the cats were acclimated to the traps for a solid week and didn’t get fed the night before, I was expecting this to be a quick trapping […]

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