Trap Neuter Return (TNR) is the humane, effective, long-term solution to the feline overpopulation problem. Here you’ll find tales from our TNR exploits and from our Talking TNR information sessions and workshops around the country.
In the cold weather that’s coming, we want to be sure our community cats are as safe, dry and warm as they can be. When cats don’t want human company, we can’t take them indoors, so we have to provide shelters. Here’s an easy DIY shelter made from styrofoam boxes, packing & duct tape and […] Continue reading
Love when my feral cat shelters get visitors. Was hoping Larry might drop by, but no sign of him. Instead this wee one is keeping warm and dry. It’s easy to pop a feral cat shelter in your back garden. All sorts of things can be used. This one of mine is an old record […] Continue reading
Checking out a colony by the bay with some help from their caretakers. This is mostly a log for my info. Three tabby n white adults. Two tux adults. One tortie n white six month plus kitten. One black six month plus kitten. One tux six month plus kitten. One tabby baby. Two other babies […] Continue reading
Two years ago, with Feral Cats Ireland, we produced Ireland’s TNR manual. It’s still here and still available to anyone who would like a copy. There wasn’t enough funding for the workshops to continue – but hopefully, in the future, money and time will accumulate to make it all possible again. Continue reading
*** REHOMED *** Update 30/7 The Three Amigos are no more – Astarielle and Oakheart have gone to their fantastic furver home. But that means lil Starbreaker is left all alone and lonely Starbreaker is a lil black and white mummy’s girl – a tiny, round lil thing, with the biggest eyes, who takes play […] Continue reading
We had the best time ever at the first Cork Rescue Expo at the SMA Hall, Wilton last Sunday! Big credit due to Rehoming Cork Pets and all the volunteers who organised the day – Grand Job – it was Terrific!!! If you don’t believe me, see our photos at the end of this article! Animal Advocacy (that’s […] Continue reading
We’re really looking forward to our stall at the Cork Rescue Expo this coming Sunday. We’ll have information on & representatives from most of the Trap Neuter Return (TNR) groups in County Cork. Great chance to network and/or find out more about this fabulous long-term solution to the feline overpopulation problem. Come along, meet us and find […] Continue reading
Found a lovely little feral cat shelter & feeding station on Items for Sale or Free in Bantry (a great FB resource in my area). It needs a bit of weather proofing (primarily a more overhanging roof), but works lovely in the rare sunshine – got some snaps of my guys checking it out when it was installed.
In the cold weather it’s especially important to provide community cats with warm shelters and safe, dry feeding stations. Continue reading
We're delighted to announce the launch of our new-look Animal Advocacy website. It's specifically designed to make the TNR Manual’s online pages easier to navigate. However … it may take some time to get the whole site inline with the new look. Please bear with us!You’ll notice we’ve got the basics done and dusted – the new […] Continue reading
Lil fiesty fella turned up in my garden, feeling peckish but not particularly friendly, today. It’s market day, and I’m always suspicious when stray companions appear on market day – it’s a prime day for people to dump the living creatures they’re supposed to be caring for. But it’s feasible the wee guy is a […] Continue reading
Popped up to Glengarriff for RAWR (Rural Animal Welfare Resources) yesterday to do a bit of trapping and check out the caregiver situation. RAWR have neutered most of the cats in the area I was checking out. But a few more need to be done. And they’ve been proving elusive! So here’s some pics – including the three […] Continue reading
Just a quick *PurrOut* for Drogheda Animal Rescue (DAR), one of the fab TNR organisations that came along to our workshops this weekend. Liza passed on their recent publicity with County Matters Louth – an excellent example of how to promote TNR, rescue and volunteering effectively and inspiringly – AND, as Liza said, ‘… how to look windswept and […] Continue reading
Following on from our Cloughjordan TNR session back in March, CATalyst’s Talking TNR sessions are heading up north for the weekend. Learn all about TNR and why it’s the only humane, long-term solution to the feline overpopulation problem in Ireland (and the rest of the world!). Come and join us at either free event to find out more – and network […] Continue reading
As part of our collaboration with Feral Cats Ireland in the CATalyst Project, we’re Talking Trap Neuter Return this coming Wednesday, 4th March, at 8pm at the Thomas Macdonagh Heritage Centre in Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary. Talking TNR Date: Wednesday 4th March Time: 8pm Venue: Thomas Macdonagh Heritage Centre, Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary We’re here to help you humanely manage your community cats. Continue reading