Community Cat TNR Outreach
How the Community Outreach Program Helps Homeless Cats
FREE SERVICE to stop the overpopulation of Community Cats in and around your home or business!
Our Community Cat TNR (Trap Neuter Return) Outreach Program has been implemented to help our communities in the Southern Maryland area deal with “free roaming community cats” or “feral” homeless cats, as people like to call them. Do you see cats in your neighborhood or around your business? These might be what we call “community cats.” WAIT… hold on, don’t trap them just yet! Our shelter can help you stop the growing population of community cats by getting these cats spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and ear tipped to identify these cats as the last that will every have kittens! All we need from the community is a willingness to learn how to help stop the over population of homeless cats, and be their caretaker which is not hard at all, we promise!
Download & Print the TNR Pamphlet from the Humane Society of Charles County — CLICK HERE
Do you have a “community cat” colony that you are caring for? Can you be a caretaker to a colony of “community cats”? If so, and would like to get them spay/neutered and returned back to the area they are familiar with, please fill out the below application and we will be in touch with you to trap, spay/neuter and return the cats to their original location. If you have any additional questions about how the HSCC’s TNR program works, please email
Now that you understand how we can help you stop the over population of homeless cats in your area, and allow them to live out
their days in the area they are familiar with, continue below and fill out the online form!
*****PLEASE NOTE:****** During the winter months, TNR provided by the Humane Society of Charles County will not accept any applications until March. This is due to the fact that it is not safe to release a newly spayed/neutered cat back out doors during the cold months.
Fill out the form below with the understanding that if it is winter, trapping will not resume until March (or when it becomes a bit warmer).