(Trap Neuter Release) Feral Cat Program
TNR is the most humane and effective way to reduce feral cat populations.
Conservative estimates predict that 1 female & 1 male cat can have 2 - 3 litters per year. Without intervention if 2 - 3 kittens survive from each litter - in 4 years the offspring of these 2 cats can result in 2,107 kittens/cats and in 8 years up to 2,072,514 cats.
The TNR program is responsible for Trapping Neutering & Releasing 2085 Cats as of the end of 2019. The 2020 Year to Date Total is 312.
The TNR program created by Liz Lynch is responsible for Trapping Neutering & Releasing 2091 Cats since the TNR program was started in February 2016.
Liz would love to offer a TNR training program and recruit more volunteers. If interested, please click on the link below to fill out the volunteer form.
It costs HSBR $1200/month to TNR 34 cats.
"At any given time there are 130 cats on the list to be TNR'd" ~ Liz Lynch
Humane Society of Blue Ridge is the only program in Fannin County that accepts Cats and the only program that offers a TNR program! Help us Reduce Feral Cat Population!
Thank you for Supporting The Humane Society of Blue Ridge TNR Program