Sprockets Colony

2015 Trap Neuter Return Case Study

Since 2007 I TNR’d 183 cats from 20 colony sites within one square mile around me. Today there are only 51 cats from that total left outside. That is a 72% reduction rate in nine years. I am very happy with these numbers and track them carefully. I visit these colony sites and their feeders all the time… Read more »

Update on Kitty Farrell, the New Tripod Cat

Kitty Farrell, the outdoor TNR’d cat from the Sprockets Colony that was injured, is now fully recovered from her hind leg amputation and out of her crate. She has access to a room in her caregiver’s home, and is learning how to walk on three legs. She’s got her own YouTube channel that you can… Read more »

Trapping and Caring for a Colony Cat After Leg Amputation

Kitty Farrell is a TNR’d feral colony cat from the Sprockets Colony who showed up in her caretaker’s yard with her leg dragging behind her the other week. You could see the bone sticking out of her leg. The caretakers decided to use a drop trap ingeniously made out of a larger cage that they… Read more »

Trapping an Injured Feral Cat

A few weeks ago I met a woman on a Facebook neighborhood group because she was asking how to find a feral cat that went missing from her yard. It turned out she was a caretaker who has done TNR, trap-neuter-return, and her colony was just a few blocks away from my Joyce Division Colony…. Read more »