Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping

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Netting a Feral Cat

While FCAT was trapping in Westport, WA, a feral got loose. Pamela used this opportunity to show how to use the Freeman net to catch the cat. This net can be ordered through Heart of Earth.

 

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Trap and Transfer

For most of FCAT trapping, Pamela uses the TruCatch 30LTD, two door trap. This trap can be purchased locally from us, or ordered through TruCatch or Heart of Earth. With this trap, the trapper baits the trap with cat food and checks the trap periodically so that cats do not stay in the traps too long.

What is TNR & How FCAT helps communities

Part 1

Pam explains what TNR is and how it works. She also explains how FCAT works with communities to help control cat overpopulation through this process, options for assistance by means of low-cost/no-cost spay/neuter clinics, and suggestions for maintaining feral colonies.

working with communities

What is TNR & How FCAT helps communities

Part 2

Pam explains legislation in the works that can help this process reach more communities.

Want Pam to speak to your group, organization, or class about TNR and cat rescue? Email or give us a call to schedule at date/time.

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Why FCAT prefers the TruCatch Trap

This video demonstrates the issues/problems presented when using other traps.

For most trapping, FCAT uses the TruCatch, two door trap. This trap can be purchased locally from us, or ordered through TruCatch or Heart of Earth.

Drop Traps

Drop traps are used for hard-to-trap cats. It is a special type of trap that FCAT has built for them. It is easy to use, but the trapper must stay with the trap at all time.

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