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Feral cats are born and live without any human contact. Feral cats are afraid of people; you can’t hold them or pet them, and they must be caught using a humane trap. Stray cats are homeless or abandoned domestic cats.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona’s Trap Neuter Return program is dedicated to reducing feral cat overpopulation and improving feral cats’ quality of life.
The HSSA provides information and education to the community about humane colony management. Our Low-cost Spay & Neuter Clinic offers appointment-free sterilization and vaccination of feral cats.
Trapped cats can be brought to our clinic between 8 and 9 am Tuesday-Saturday. If you are trapping more than two cats, please call and let the clinic know in advance. Cats must be in humane traps, one cat per trap.
Need help getting started? Download our tips for trapping and transporting »
For more information, call the HSSA Low-cost Spay & Neuter Clinic at 520-881-0321.
Help support our TNR program, donate online today.
Several organizations loan humane traps to the public:
Tucson Feral Coalition – NW
PAWsitively Cats – Central
Tucson CARES – Downtown