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Snap assists folks across metro Atlanta to manage feral cat populations through our Trap Neuter Return programs. TNR helps establish managed cat colonies that are non-breading, fed daily and monitored for health and wellness. Our first choice is to return feral cats who have not been socialized around humans to where there were initially found. And for those cats humanely trapped who are socialized, and in the case of kittens, we socialize these and find them homes as domestic indoor cats through our adoption program.
Occasionally, the location where a feral cat is trapped is not appropriate for return, as in the case of commercial property or near a highway. In these cases Snap attempts to relocate the feral cat to a new location – often in managed colonies of ‘working’ cats in locations such as barns and stables where they can help control the local population of mice and vermin.
Snap has a barn cat program available to help these cases, and we have established many new colonies in appropriate locations.
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