If you need assistance with TNR in Spartanburg County, (if you are in the city contact city animal control for TNR services) fill out the contact form with information that includes:
To quality for assistance:
You must be elderly (65 or older) handicapped, or disabled to qualify for assistance. Able bodied persons are more than welcome to rent traps from us and we will assist you with a tutorial on how to set and bait the trap. TNR is free in Spartanburg County, there is no cost to the citizen to get feral cats fixed through Animal Allies, for more info please click here for more info!
You MUST be the regular caretaker (provide food, water and shelter) of the cats to be trapped, or know the caretaker that needs their colony trapped and fixed.
As a nonprofit organization, we collect donations during TNR projects, and we depend on donations to continue the work we are doing. We suggest a donation of $50, but will gladly accept and appreciate any donation amount. Donations support our TNR work (travel, trapping and equipment, medical expenses, supplies, food and shelter during cat recovery) and our work with community cats that may need more extensive medical attention.
All community cats trapped during TNR will be:
Cats are NEVER relocated, unless in danger, caretaker has passed away, and cats will not be fed anymore, etc. There are VERY FEW circumstances in which cats will be relocated. All trapped cats will be returned and released back to the location of trapping.
NEVER admitted into adoption programs, unless they are friendly. Feral cats have a home, it’s the outdoors!
NEVER tested for FIV/FeLV if they appear healthy. FIV/FeLV testing is completed at the discretion of the clinic veterinarian.
Do not ask us to REMOVE or RELOCATE community cats from your neighborhood or business, we will not respond to these types of requests.
Welcome! Meet all of our cute cats & kittens up for adoption!