One of the most important and controversial issues animal advocates have is with free-roaming/feral cats, often referred to as “community cats”. Below are some references on feral cats and TNR.
Pit Bull Resources
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Here are a some articles for veterinarians, written by veterinarians.
The Kindest Cut of All (pages 47-52)
This article highlights the numbers and why a 90% compliance rate with post-adoption spay/neuter is still failure.
Overview of Pediatric Spay/Neuter
This is a great article written by vets, for vets. It dispels some of those myths about the dangers of pediatric surgery. In our opinion, as long as shelter euthanasia is the leading cause of death for cats and dogs in the United States, we should all be doing everything we can to stop that. Please ask vets to consider pediatric surgery as a temporary measure for pre-adoption animals only, and only for as long as shelter euthanasia is the leading cause of death for cats and dogs in the U.S.
DVD available through Spay Tennessee
Spay Tennessee has a DVD available for Veterinarians about working with feral cats. Call 866-355-7729 to request a copy.