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Area Programs

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)

To borrow a trap and get additional information, please contact your local Neighborhood Watch Program, municipal animal shelter or ask your neighbors on Nextdoor. Numerous videos are available on TNR, by googling TNR Video or click here

IF you live in the Memphis area, Spay Memphis is extremely reasonably priced and has great information on their website for spay/neuter of your personal pets. For community or feral cats, please click here. Spay Memphis loans traps at no charge. Please visit their website for additional information as they may have grant funds available to help with the cost. 

How does TNR work?

The Pet Compassion Center educates the public and coordinates Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) with those who care for community, feral and stray cats and with veterinary clinics who perform spay/neuters, provide rabies vaccines and parasite treatments. Their left ears are tipped to show that the cat has been spayed / neutered and cannot reproduce.

We follow guidelines that are supported by leading experts, including, but not limited to the ASPCABest Friends Animal Society, Alley Cat Allies and the Humane Society of the US. Additional information can be found by clicking on the links of those agencies.

Our Community Impact - Your Donations Are Spent Directly on Helping Pets in Our Community!

  • Ten Year Homeless Pet Avoidance


  • Spay & Neuters Provided Since 2012


  • 2020 Donor Cost Efficiency Rate


  • Annual Taxpayer Savings Estimate


Our homeless pet avoidance is based on estimates for a 10 year period and the actual number of spays that we have provided to cats in our community.
Taxpayer savings estimates are based on intake diversion for a percentage of the population we have prevented.
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  • PetCo
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    Lost Pet Bissell
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  • Maddies
  • RescueBank
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