How To Trap a Feral Cat For Spay-Neuter Purposes
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the trapping feral cats, spay or neutering them, and returning them to live outside, ideally in the same location from which they came.
Full Resource Guide about Feral Cat TNR by Alley Cat Allies
Excellent video on How To Trap Feral Cats by Alley Cat Allies
How to Catch Hard-to-Trap Cats by Neighborhood Cats
Full Instructions on How to Use a Drop Trap by Neighborhood Cats
Note: A drop trap is different than the standard box-style trap. A drop trap is used when a feral cat refuses to go in a box-style trap, or one is trying to catch a particular feral cat, such as the last cat in the colony that still needs spay-neuter.
Planned Pethood Taos has a drop trap. Please see Drop Trap photos on this page.
How to Catch Feral Mom Cat & Kittens by Alley Cat Allies
Need to Borrow a Feral Cat Trap?
Contact: Planned Pethood Taos 575-613-4110, Taos Feral Feline Friends (located in Ranchos de Taos, but with trap pick-up and drop off usually at the Salazar Road Vet Clinic in Taos), or Northern New Mexico Friends of Animals (located in Questa), or Taos Town or County Animal Control.
Want to Buy a Feral Cat Trap?
Havahart Feral Cat Traps and Tomahawk Cat Traps can be bought on Amazon.com as well as directly from the manufacturer.
Spay-Neuter Resources for Feral Cats in Taos County
The Española Valley Humane 505-753-0228 and Taos Feral Feline Friends (TFFF) 575-737-9208 offer FREE spay-neuter & vaccination for feral cats in Taos Town/County/Pueblo. NOTE: TFFF is currently helping with cat TNR in only a limited number of cases.
For more information on feral cats, such as how to care for a feral cat colony, how to protect feral cats in the winter, how to age & socialize feral kittens so that they can be adopted as pets, etc., please go to our Feral Cat page within Animal Care.
Spay & Neuter
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