Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping

dominion is not abuse or neglect

 
 

Do you need help with free roaming cats? Do you want to help them but don’t have the resources and don’t know where to begin? Call FCAT.

Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping (FCAT) is group of dedicated volunteers who trap feral cats, spay or neuter (S/N) them, and then return them to where they were trapped. This is a process called trap, neuter, & return (TNR) and is considered one of the most humane methods to control feral cat population.

FCAT has one mission: to control the population of feral cats through the use of TNR. FCAT traps, neuters, and returns approximately 800 adult cats per year in King and Pierce County.

People who are concerned about feral cats seek out Pamela Staeheli, the organizer of FCAT. A network of volunteers go out to neighborhoods and houses where feral and/or stray cats are gathering.

Once caught they are brought to FCAT’s facility where Pamela feeds and performs minor medical care as necessary. Carriers are labeled with the cats’ locations. Each week dozens of cats are transported to the spay/neuter clinics. After the surgeries and ear tips to identify them as fixed, Pamela keeps them for several days until they have recovered. They are then returned to where they were trapped and released.

 

Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping

What is TNR?

Trap the feral/stray cat then

Neuter (or Spay) the cat then

Return the cat back to where it was trapped.

This is considered one of the most humane methods of managing feral cats.

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Friends of the Animals Foundation

and its partnership with

Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping

Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping has been involved in TNR for 15 years.

If you include adoptable kittens or cats and S/N for low-income families,

the number of cats FCAT has TNR’d is about 9,000.

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