Have cats or kittens in your yard?

If you feed them, you must fix them! Cats multiply very quickly, and two cats can be 50 or more in a year. Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is the only way to control feral cat populations. Start by following the Getting Started steps. Kittens should be rescued at 4-6 weeks, as soon as they are walking around.


Resources

Check out the Resources page for TNR resources and trap rentals.

Trapping

For guidance and tips on trapping, go to the Trapping page.

Get Help

Submit a request for help in Santa Clara County on bayareacats.org/tnr.


Donations

Our neighborhood cats and kittens could use your help. If you would like to get involved in trap-neuter-return (TNR) or fostering cats or kittens, please reach out. Donations of trap bait (wet or dry cat food or tuna), puppy pee pads, or other cat supplies are all gladly accepted. You can also donate via PayPal or my Amazon Wishlist. Contact me at bayareaTNR@gmail.com with any questions or if you want to get involved.