Trap . Neuter . Release – A National Program

Trap . Neuter . Release – A National Program

As part of the national Trap Neuter Release program , ICHBA has a cat colony on a farm that is home to stray cats we have rescued. All have been fixed and completely vetted and are very healthy. The cats for whom we hope to find forever homes are the ones who are socialized and can be become family pets. Of course they would all make good barn cats …. they are quite the mousers. The adoption fee of $25.00 for these cats is used to purchase food for the colony.

The cats have access to a barn full of hay for shelter,daily food, and enough love to give them the chance to become socialized. Having a colony of cats in this type of program prevents further unwanted litters, saves the lives of cats who would have died, and often finds loving homes for them.

I Could Have Been Adopted lists those cats who have been socialized through the TNR program as MEOWSTERS on the adoption sites we use and will gladly help individuals or neighborhoods create a colony of their own by providing traps,financial aid for vetting, and transport to and from low cost spay/neuter facilities in Middle Tennessee.  

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