Trap Neuter Return (TNR)
TNR gets to the root of the feline overpopulation problem by preventing thousands of unwanted kittens being born in the streets every year. TNR also reduces the number of cats euthanized in shelters.
We developed our TNR program to help community members who see the problem and feel empowered to facilitate change.
We believe it is EVERYONE’S responsibility to TNR community cats & prevent kittens.
Our partnerships with organizations such as Pasadena Humane, ASPCA, SNPLA, and other private clinics allow for Kitty Bungalow to manage large-scale TNR operations and offer TNR services to the community, free of charge.
We provide numerous services such as:
TNR: What's Included?
TNR'ing with Kitty Bungalow, whether we assist you onsite at your home or you are a self trapper or/independent rescuer, includes the following:
Traps/Trap Covers (as needed)
Ear tip (no special requests permitted)
Transport to/from clinic
Overnight holding/monitoring before and after their surgery (reserved for approved community partners)
Extended care/additional medical treatment is available but managed cases by case.
If you're going to successfully TNR - you'll need a trap! Kitty Bungalow has a trap lending program for community partners who are participating in our TNR program. Once you fill out the application, our community cat coordinator will set up an appointment time for you. They will walk you through the process, show you how to use the trap, and share some TNR'ing tricks.
Traps are free to borrow. All we ask is that you return them at your schedule appointment time so that we can help others. A $5 donation per trap is suggested at pick up, but not required.
If you would like to pay it forward, you can donate on behalf of other community members as part of our Night School Scholarships.
Kitty Bungalow staff and volunteers can come help you trap! Because we have limited resources we prioritize sending our TNR team to help community members who:
Are within our service boundaries. (Surgery spots are available to those outside of our service area but require self-trapping.)
Have 10+ cats (not including kittens) in need of trapping.
Hoarding/large scale trappings.
Are disabled, elderly, or unable to physically use the traps.