If you care for outdoor cats in your neighborhood, thank you for being a good neighbor! By registering your colony with Nevada Humane Society, you help to ensure that any efforts to TNR cats in the area are complete, effective, and take YOUR expert knowledge on these cats and their home into account. There is no way for TNR to truly make a difference in the feral cat population without the help of people living with and caring for these cats. 

 

Nevada Humane Society is moving to a more effective model of trapping, in which we make every effort to trap entire colonies at once to sterilize as many cats as possible. Then, we move to the neighboring colonies, on and on until we can truly address cat overpopulation. 

 

For more information on Nevada Humane Society’s Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor Program, feel free to explore the additional pages on this site. You can also call us at 775-856-2000 ext. 337 or email TNR@nevadahumanesociety.org (preferred).

If you care for outdoor cats in your neighborhood, thank you for being a good neighbor! By registering your colony with Nevada Humane Society, you help to ensure that any efforts to TNR cats in the area are complete, effective, and take YOUR expert knowledge on these cats and their home into account. There is no way for TNR to truly make a difference in the feral cat population without the help of people living with and caring for these cats. 

 

Nevada Humane Society is moving to a more effective model of trapping, in which we make every effort to trap entire colonies at once to sterilize as many cats as possible. Then, we move to the neighboring colonies, on and on until we can truly address cat overpopulation. 

 

For more information on Nevada Humane Society’s Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor Program, feel free to explore the additional pages on this site. You can also call us at 775-856-2000 ext. 337 or email TNR@nevadahumanesociety.org (preferred).

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5 Reasons to Register Your Colony

  1. Helps return cats home if they end up at the shelter
  2. Shows the impact of TNR
  3. Keeps you up-to-date on important information for Carson City caretakers
  4. Identifies where more TNR is needed
  5. Supports our efforts to expand the program

Our Guarantee of Confidentiality

We know it's important for you and the safety of your cats to keep the location of your colony and your identity private. None of this information will be made available to the public or other organizations without your written consent, and only limited information will be shared with trusted and trained volunteers that will work directly with you and Nevada Humane Society.

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