Feral Cat TNR | The Basics and Beyond!
Learn the importance of Trap-Neuter-Return and find out about basic methods and equipment.
Network and find area resources for low-cost spay/neuter, trap rental or purchase, etc.
Discover ways to advocate for neighborhood cats and to gain support for TNR in the community.
Get questions on cat ordinances and how they apply to ferals answered.
Saturday, January 28 10:00-Noon
Saturday, March 17 10:00-Noon
Saturday, May 5, 10:00-Noon
Saturday, August 11, 10:00-Noon
Saturday, October 6, 10:00-Noon
Saturday, December 1, 10:00-Noon
TNR Education Classes
Feral Cat TNR, the Basics and Beyond is a two hour class taught on premises at the LA/SPCA and FREE to the public. If you have an interest in practicing TNR and want to know how to get started, how to mediate problems, advocate for cats, and how to solve difficult trapping situations, then this is the class for you. This is also a great opportunity to learn more about the municipal ordinances in Orleans Parish as they pertain to cats. Novices are welcome, as are experienced trappers looking to network. Information on local feral-friendly programs and services will be available for distribution, as well as information provided by Alley Cat Allies, a national organization advocating for the rights of free-roaming cats. Limit is 15 people per class. Residents of all parishes are welcome. For class schedules please email or call Heather at 504-368-5191 ext 205.
Fosters for Ferals
Become an LA/SPCA volunteer and enroll in our Foster Program. Help us socialize semi-feral kittens and cats who may just need a little extra TLC. The amount of attention and care these borderline animals receive is often the key difference in whether or not they are successfully adopted. Our foster program is always eager for new families to join, and accepts applications for people wanting to foster dogs, cats, rabbits and other pets. Help make a difference in an adoptable animal’s life.
By joining the Caretaker Club, you become an official part of the caretaker community, with access to resources and the ability to network with other caretakers. This is an invaluable tool for caretakers who may have special needs and concerns, such as where to find someone who can colony-sit while they’re out of town, or who may want to find others in the neighborhood in order to pool resources. This is also the list of folks who will be priority notified for free or low cost spay days, donations of bulk cat food, and other great deals. Fill out the online application to become a member.
The Algiers Alleycat Program
For all those Algiers residents who are seeking an alternative to removing their stray and feral cats, now is the time to act! 24% of all incoming cats at the LA/SPCA shelter are from the Algiers neighborhood, comprised of ZIP codes 70114 and 70131. Thanks to a generous PetSmart Charities grant, LA/SPCA is able to offer the Algiers Alleycat Program, a FREE…yes, FREE program targeting feral cats in these ZIP codes. Any feral or stray cat trapped in ZIPs 70114 and 70131 will receive spay or neuter surgery, rabies vaccination and eartip at no charge. For appointments, call the LA/SPCA Community Clinic or our partner, Furry Friends Animal Hospital, today!
Louisiana SPCA Community Clinic, 1700 Mardi Gras Blvd, New Orleans 70114 504-363-1333 by appointment only.
Furry Friends Animal Hospital, 2330 Lapalco Blvd, Harvey 70058 504-366-6060 by appointment only.
*All cats must be in humane live traps. For trap rental or purchase information, call 504-762-3306.
Find out where you can purchase or rent humane feral cat traps.