Victory for the cats
Victory for TNR in Cape May, NJ
With your help, the city council of Cape May, NJ has unanimously decided to maintain their Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) municipally-sponsored program. More than 2100 people took action and sent letters to the city! Click here to learn more.
Cape May's feral cat Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program was one of the first of its kind and has been thriving for more than a decade. The city was one of the first to fund and legislate TNR as their feral cat policy, which has proven to be successful in the continued management and reduction of feral cats. Some of you may be familiar with the program because it is highlighted as a success on Alley Cat Allies' video, The Humane Solution: Reducing Feral Cat Populations with Trap-Neuter-Return.
Feral Cat advocates have looked to Cape May as an example of what can be done when local government, non-profit organizations, and residents come together to protect the cats.
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