Introducing the Catalonia Colony: Three Kittens Already Off the Street

We started TNR at a new colony last week, called the Catalonia Colony. Nine cats total were trapped.


Two sisters reached out to PAWS Chicago for help with TNR at their single-family home in Hermosa. Bonnie had a growing colony in her backyard and was overwhelmed. Oleksandra, Kim and Joann volunteered to help and tag teamed to trap the cats. They did a site visit, and talked to Bonnie about the colony’s feeding schedule. They immediately saw kittens, especially this little Siamese one, who kept popping up everywhere.  14670770_10210396848814525_2298766893132084522_n img_8925 They trapped her first, along with five adult cats. Isn’t she stunning? img_8965

The next day they trapped her two siblings, and another adult cat. We put the kittens together in the same trap to take them to PAWS along with the rest of the adults for TNR. img_8953

The kittens were already almost socialized. They were not quite big enough to be spayed/neutered, but Erica at PAWS found a foster for them to wait until they could be admitted into their adoption program. They kept them cozy in a crate until the foster was ready. img_9023 img_9029

We’re very thankful for PAWS for taking these kittens!

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