Educate you on feral cats, colony management and the importance of TNR, Trap, Neuter, and Return.
Trap feral cats on your property.
Loan you a trap.
We will ask you to sign an agreement acknowledging your possession of the trap.
We will ask you for a security deposit which will be returned to you after returning the trap to Marin Friends of Ferals.
Transport feral cats to veterinarians or the Marin Humane Society for TNR.
Have the following veterinarian care provided:
spay/neuter, vaccinations for FVRCP and rabies, left ear tip, deworming, defleaing, testing for FELV and FIV and microchip.
Pick up the feral cats after the veterinarian services and return to your property.
Evaluate each feral cat in our possession for adoptability and/or other medical care. Cats that can be socialized will be put up for adoption.
Ask you for a donation so we can continue to assist feral cats in Marin County.
To allow us on your property and to allow us to follow our protocol for trapping.
To continue to feed the returned cats and provide them with shelter.
Vet services include spay/neuter, FELV/FIV test, vaccinations for FVRCP and rabies, flea and worming medication and microchip.
If you have a large colony, we will work with you on ideas to pay for these services (i.e. contact friends, family, etc., and request a contribution) or create a payment plan.
Most importantly, we do not want you to avoid contacting us based on the cost. We will work with you, as MFF is committed to having all feral cats altered in Marin County.
An additional contribution to Marin Friends of Ferals to cover our transportation and other costs (traps and supplies) is always greatly appreciated.