Policy

Project TNR provides New Jersey municipalities, as well as business and residential complexes, with the information and tools needed to establish an effective Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) policy and program. Support of TNR, along with an aggressive public education program emphasizing the benefits of spaying and neutering, is critical in the effort to stem the feral cat population crisis in New Jersey.

Please read on to see how we might help you manage your stray and free-roaming cat populations.

To learn more about Project TNR’s services for municipalities, apartments and businesses contact Michelle Lerner, Project TNR Policy Specialist at 732-446-6808 or via email.

What is Trap-Neuter-Return

Why Trap-Neuter-Return

Benefits of TNR

Who Supports TNR
From the NJSPCA to the Humane Society of the United States to the National Animal Control Association to the NJ Governor’s Task Force on Animal Welfare, many private and governmental agencies propound Trap-Neuter-Return as the preferred animal control tool for dealing with feral cat populations.

Contact us for a speaker
Project TNR offers presentations to health and animal control officers, administrators and mayors and council members on the many benefits of instituting a TNR program. Additionally, we are available to present to businesses and high volume residential complexes.

How to devise and implement a TNR program

Explore funding options and find the lowest cost spay/neuter services in your area

Assistance with drafting ordinances and policies

Project TNR - Trap-Neuter-Return results in: fewer to no births, reduction of nuisance complaints by residents, alleviation of public health concerns, lower animal control costs

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