Charlotte Community Cats Project

We are improving the lives of Charlotte's outdoor cats through TNR. This site, administered by the Humane Society of Charlotte, allows colony caretakers to update us on how many cats are in their colony, have undergone spay/neuter and vaccination, and still require surgery. Cartakers can also request help, such as trapping equipment and food. The site allows us to track the impact of TNR, obtain funding, improve our TNR program, and stay in touch with you.

Humane Society of Charlotte

Charlotte Community Cats Project

We are improving the lives of Charlotte's outdoor cats through TNR. This site, administered by the Humane Society of Charlotte, allows colony caretakers to update us on how many cats are in their colony, have undergone spay/neuter and vaccination, and still require surgery. Cartakers can also request help, such as trapping equipment and food. The site allows us to track the impact of TNR, obtain funding, improve our TNR program, and stay in touch with you.

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Reasons to Register your Colony

Humane Society of Charlotte
  • Information shared by a caretaker is confidential. Locations of colonies and caretaker information will not be shared.
  • Helps us keep track of colony sizes long-term
  • Helps us locate a colony and caretaker if a stray is brought into animal control
  • Registered caretakers can easily contact us if they need traps, outdoor cat shelters, or food aid.

Cat Trap Haiku

This is a cat trap

This is a cat trap

No cats trapped will come to harm

No more wild kittens

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