The second part of the program will help prevent owned cats from contributing to the cat overpopulation problem by offering a subsidized price to individuals with indoor/outdoor cats in need of financial assistance. Owned cats will receive the same services listed above for a cost to the owner of $35 per cat. Pet owners must be able to show picture id and proof of qualification (government financial aid card or letter). We will hold special clinics for owned cats at the Rascal Unit.
Additional services may be requested by owners or caretakers and will be done at our regular prices at the owner’s/caretaker’s expense.
If you are interested in TNR or are currently involved in community cat efforts, we recommend watching this video provided by the Together Initiative for Ohio’s Community Cats. This seminar includes information on compassion fatigue, the veterinary aspect of TNR, behavior and debunking TNR myths, and ways to promote TNR in your community.