For Veterinary Clinics

Part of Ireland's TNR Manual

How to Help Community Cats

The veterinary community plays a unique and critical role in improving the lives of stray and feral cats, and you are often the first place caring individuals turn to with questions ranging from the difference between stray and feral cats, to making the right choices about their care. By serving as a resource for the public, providing direct veterinary care, and performing the surgery portion of Trap Neuter Return, you help to ensure the humane treatment of feral cats.

Feral cats require a special veterinary approach that takes into account their unique needs and the fact that they are unsocialised to humans. This resource center is your source for information about feral cats, their care and their needs.

Vet Pack
Packed with information relevant to vets, vet nurses, receptionists and vet staff generally

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Manual for Veterinary Nurses
An excellent manual on Feral Cat Care and TNR for veterinary nurses by Limerick Feral Cats

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Other Protocols
Veterinary protocols not covered elsewhere

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Veterinary Videos
A great range of informative videos for the veterinary professionals.

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Part of Ireland's TNR Manual

How to Help Community Cats

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