We have a small but active kitty Trap Neuter Return team which needs more hands.
We'll teach you everything you need to know and welcome you to a friendly crew!
You can be a trapper...mornings or evenings.
Or you can help by 'overnighting' a cat BEFORE it goes to its vet appointment in the morning (you could expect to drive it to the vet too in this case).
Or you could help by 'recovering' a cat (or cats) AFTER it gets spayed/neutered for 2-3 nights and then return it to its original home.
This is a very rewarding, hands on kind of volunteer job. You can join us every week or just once a year as your schedule permits. Think about it and contact us with ANY questions.
What is Trap-Neuter-Return(TNR)? Trap-neuter-return (TNR) involves trapping all the cats in a colony, getting them spayed/neutered, adopting out the kittens and friendly cats, then returning the wild adults to their territory and providing them with food and shelter. TNR eliminates or significantly reduces the noise from fighting, odor from spraying, and more litters of kittens. This progressive approach is fast becoming the preferred method of street cat population control across the nation.
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Ohlone Humane Society strives to inspire respect and compassion for all animals, advocate for their interests and welfare, and instill in our community that all living beings have a right to be treated humanely.
Ohlone Humane Society is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that serves the Tri-City area in the East Bay. We care for animals and the community through humane programs and services. Ohlone Humane Society is privately funded and relies on the generous support of our community through donations and volunteering.
As one of the few humane societies that maintains a wildlife rehabilitation center, Ohlone Humane Society truly advocates for all creatures--from injured or orphaned native species to abandoned companion animals.