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Our mission is to care for and help humanely reduce the free-roaming cat population in northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan by: promoting awareness in and providing education for our communities; implementing a trap/neuter/return program to help reduce the homeless cat population; and establishing managed cat colonies where free-roaming cats have access to food, water, shelter and basic veterinary care.
Michiana Feral Cat Initiative is a trap/neuter/return (TNR) group in northern Indiana (mainly in South Bend and Mishawaka, IN). We focus on implementing TNR in our neighborhoods, both educating the public about TNR and helping colony caretakers trap their free-roaming cats and transporting them for low-cost spay/neuter surgery. We also educate the community about free-roaming cats, and how to care for them humanely and responsibly.
Michiana Feral is also an advocate for cats and we work to change the animal code in the City of South Bend to include legal cat colonies. We have been appointed to an ad hoc committee advising changes to the animal code (2013).
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