Save a Stray is in Mobile, Alabama
Volunteer uses our humane traps to catch feral (wild) cats. Trapped cat goes to vet to be spayed/neutered, given rabies injection and ear tipped. Cat is released where it was found. Save a Stray covers the cost using donations.
TNR, trap-neuter-return, is a nationwide trend to reduce the overpopulation of homeless cats. It reduces the number of cats euthanized in shelters. Do it alone, with a friend or with a group. Save a Stray will loan traps, teach you how to set the trap.
Check out this video on how to trap a cat.
In Mobile County, Alabama, there are thousands of cats that have no home. Consider that:
> A kitten can get pregnant as early as 4 months of age.
> In Mobile's climate, cats can breed all year long.
> The average litter is 3-6 kittens.