Listed below are various resources that provide further information about Cats Anonymous newsletters, colony caretaker information, and similar nonprofits.
Cats Anonymous Newsletter: Our newsletter provides details of our past, present, and future. It also has photographs and information about some of our volunteers.
Cats Anonymous video: a promotional video of Cats Anonymous Green Bay, WI conducting a Spay Day.
TNR article in the Green Bay Press Gazette: 'Trap-neuter-return' program helps control feral cat population by Malavika Jagannathan. March 11, 2010.
Good Neighbor: In order for our program to be a success we must gain the support of our neighbors. Please keep this in mind when issues arise in your area.
New Cat: Planning to add a cat to your household? The introduction process is all important.
Feeding Stations: Every colony should have a designated feeding area that is protected from the elements and well maintained.
Shelters: Cats within managed colonies must be provided adequate shelter. We have provided some information on how to construct your own cat “condos”.
Cats and Plants: The following is a short list of websites and other available information about home and garden plants that will be useful for those of us who love our animals and our plants.
Trapping: In order for a feral cat to be spay/neutered, vaccinated and ear tipped, they must be trapped. We have provided an instruction sheet to assist with the process.
External Links: We have provided a listing of links below to other nonprofit organizations who support TNR and have some helpful information.
Neighborhood Cats was formed in 1999 to promote trap-neuter-return ("TNR") as the most humane and effective means of solving New York City's severe feral cat overpopulation crisis. This website contains a host of comprehensive articles, data and resource materials aimed at their mission of “making TNR work for your community.”
ASPCA's Imagine Humane Innovation Bank
Read all about Neighborhood Cats and our approach to implementing TNR by trapping and neutering entire feral cat colonies at once. "Mass trapping" is described in detail both in terms of how to practice the method and its advantages. Look for future portraits of other unique feral cat programs in the Imagine Humane Innovation Bank.
Stray Pet Advocacy
A comprehensive clearinghouse of research, data and articles on the most pressing issues facing feral cat activists. "It is the goal of this web site to consolidate sources of information that pertain to issues affecting homeless, stray and feral companion animals and to provide the research and advocacy materials you need to achieve the necessary changes."