Is that cat feral, stray, lost, or just an owned pet cat who's allowed to roam? Check out our resources on free-roaming cats.
Resources and Articles
From the Magazine
As the problems faced by feral cats gain the attention of more and more shelters'and as the problems posed by feral cats garner greater public attention'researchers are beginning to take a closer look at the impact these animals have on their communities.
Clients ask your front desk staff for help with many different issues, from behavioral problems to rehoming animals. Use this sample helpdesk handbook from Nevada Humane to help your staff be ready to assist!
Want to learn more about starting a TNR at your shelter, or just need to brush up on your feral cat know-how? Check out our collection of PowerPoint presentations!
Look no further to find all the forms you need for setting up and maintaining a feral cat colony.
Policies & Programs
The HSUS Safe Cats campaign has a primary goal of convincing cat caregivers that there truly is no place like home for their cats. Safe Cats increases awareness about the threats cats face when allowed outdoors without supervision, shatters the myth that an indoor cat is an unhappy cat, and spreads the word that shelter professionals and veterinarians alike advocate against allowing pet cats to roam.