Learn how to set a trap to catch feral cats . Transport them to have them spayed or neutered and release them back to their colony. This work typically involves weekday work (early mornings and late afternoons) corresponding with our local vet schedules. You will need a car to transport and the ability to lift about 20 pounds. Some cats may require pre and post surgical monitoring. There is no central facility for holding cats. We do not recommend this work for children without adult supervision. One of our volunteers describes working with ferals cats as "The best job I've had since I retired".
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Tuscaloosa Spay and Neuter Incentive Program
PO BOX 21287, TUSCALOOSA, AL 35402, US
The Tuscaloosa Spay & Neuter Incentive Program, a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization, was founded in the spring of 2013 with the mission of reducing the unwanted pet population in Tuscaloosa County through a variety of programs.
Those programs will include education efforts for elementary through post-secondary students as well as the general public, a feral cat colony program that focuses on Trap-Neuter-Return and a reduced cost spay-neuter program developed in cooperation with the veterinary community.
We'll work with your schedule.
Tuscaloosa, NorthportTuscaloosa, AL35401
December 16, 2020
Animal Care / Handling
Driver's License Needed
Orientation or Training
Flexible. Generally, early morning late afternoon weekdays.