Humane, Effective Management of Community Cats
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) involves humanely trapping a stray or feral cat and taking it to a veterinarian to be spayed/neutered and vaccinated. After recovery, the cat is returned to its home outdoors. TNR benefits the community in many ways:
- Colonies that are involved in TNR diminish in size over time.
- Trap-Neuter-Return relieves cats of the constant stresses of mating and pregnancy.
- Mating behaviors cease, like roaming, yowling, spraying, and fighting.
- Cats’ physical health improves.
- Cats are vaccinated against rabies.
The TNR service includes surgery, age-appropriate vaccines, flea prevention, ear cleaning, ear mite treatment (if applicable), pain medication, and ear tip (required). Additional medical services, such as FeLV and FIV testing, are available at an additional cost.
We offer TNR services at two of our locations, with slight variations in the services based on the community programs available. For the Central PA Center cats are transported to/from the PSPCA headquarters for the surgery.
Central PA Center (Danville)
Dropoff (reservations required): Monday 4:30-6pm
Pickup: Thursday 3-6pm.
Price: $40 (cash only)
Info & Reservations: Call 570-275-0340
At our 350 E. Erie Ave headquarters in North Philadelphia, we offer a feral cat package, as well as a rescue cat package for friendly free-roaming cats that might be good candidates for adoption into a loving home. Call 215-426-6300 for more information and pricing on each package. To get started, please fill out the following forms based on whether you’re a new or established client:
Initial Interest form (first time clients)
Schedule a Surgery (first time & established clients)