Our Community Cat and TNR Program

Felius Cat Café works with community members and local rescues to provide assistance with trapping community cats through our TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program. What is TNR? Community cats (feral cats) are humanely trapped and taken to a veterinarian to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and have one ear tipped (a visible sign that a cat has been a part of a TNR program), then finally returned to their colony or placed for adoption if appropriate. This program reduces the number of cats able to reproduce thereby reducing the number of kittens.

Felius offers assistance in three ways:



If you are looking for guidance or assistance with managing the population of a community cat colony, Felius would like to assess your needs and see if we can help.

Submit Assistance Request  


Once your needs have been assessed, a representative will respond as quickly as possible with how we can help. If you need to rent a trap, Felius has a supply of humane cat/kitten traps available for loan to community members and animal rescues at no charge. (NOTE: A deposit is required and is refundable when returned in same condition and on-time).

Submit Trap Loan Request  


Interested in learning more about TNR, Trapping, Community Cat Care, Fostering, Neonatal Kitten Care, and more? See our class calendar below and sign up!

  • ABOUT OUR TNR 101 WORKSHOP: open to the public and provides an overview of issues pertaining to feral and community cats. This class includes how to humanely trap, neuter, return, and care for these cats/kittens. We will also examine other ways to positively impact community cat’s lives. Space is limited, so sign-up now.