- TNR is the most effective method of controlling feral cat populations.
- TNR helps prevent the spread of feline related disease. The cats are vaccinated against rabies and distemper.
- TNR helps to stop roaming in male cats.
- TNR can stop "Tom Cat" behavior in males, particularly spraying, fighting and yowling.
- TNR develops a sense of community pride and accomplishment toward a goal.
- A managed (sterilized) colony can demonstrate that compassion for cats teaches non-violence and tolerance for others.
- DID YOU KNOW that TNR programs are more cost effective than trapping, moving them to a facility and euthanasia?
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2015 Fur Ball, Christmas in July Tickets
Saturday, July 25th, 7-11pm
A Taste of Heaven
2817 North Avenue, next to Kmart
Music by Paul Harshman and the Dudes
Tickets available online under Products, Atlas Conoco on 1st & Orchard, at the door, or by calling 970-216-2409.
Bring your Ugly Christmas Sweater for the Contest!
Food, Cash bar, Silent Auction, and FUN!
If you are unable to attend the Fur Ball and would like to assist our feral cat spay/neuter program, you can send a tax deductible donation to Community Cat Care, PO Box 4555, Grand Junction, CO 81502 or donate online here.
All proceeds go to our Feral Cat Spay & Neuter Program.
Feral cats are not wildlife and
they are not pets.
They are the wild offspring of
stray or abandoned domestic cats
who revert to a wild state.
They are always the result of pet owners who fail
to spay or neuter their animals. It is estimated
that there are over 60 million ferat cats in the U.S.
FREE Neighborhood Cats TNR Handbook
Our hearts go out to those who have lost their pet,
or have found animals in need. CCC must concentrate
its resources and efforts helping the feral cat population.
We can help however, by recommending these excellent resources for lost or abandoned animals
on the Links & Resources page. Will You Visit These Web Sites and Write a Review? Thanks!