The Street Cats Club is celebrating an accomplishment early this year, after reaching its 100th TNR of the year in under two months.

TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) is the humane process of capturing animals, sedating them, performing a sterilization procedure, administering a rabies vaccination and tipping the cat’s ear to indicate it has already been spayed or neutered. Cats are then observed overnight, fed and returned back to the colonies they were taken from.

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Congratulations to Victoria and all the other members of SCC. Dr. Crower and Dr. Dressler at K-State have really committed to helping the community promote spay/neuter of both cats and dogs.

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