Based in South Lyon, Michigan, Feral Kitty Trappers TNR, Inc. helps feral cat caretakers with Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Kittens are trapped and taken to an accredited TNR facility. Cats receive a wellness check, spay/neuter, a rabies vaccine, and are also ear tipped.
The cats are kept 24 to 48 hours, then returned and released back to their trapping location.
Feral Kitty Trappers TNR, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Run by volunteers and funded by donations. All funds are used for cats.
A feral cat is a domesticated cat that has returned to the wild. It is distinguished from a stray cat, which is a pet cat that has been lost or abandoned, while feral cats are born in the wild. The offspring of a stray cat can be considered feral if born in the wild.
Outdoor cats have existed alongside humans for 10,000 years.
They are not a new phenomenon. Feral and stray cats live and thrive in every landscape, from the inner city to rural farmland.
Feral cats are not socialized to people.
They are not adoptable. Feral cats don’t belong indoors and are typically wary of us. However, as members of the domestic cat species (just like pet cats), they are protected under state anti-cruelty laws. READ MORE
*We relocate cats to barns in emergency situations only.