Overview
The Caretakers'
                                Challenge - The Promise of Solutions
Feral Cat
                                Caretaking

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Adopting A Feral Cat

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For All Interested and Concerned Persons

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Instructions for Humane Trapping of Feral or Rescued Cats & Kittens

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Trap Information

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How to Domesticate and Care for Feral or Rescued Kittens

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How to Kitten Proof Your Home

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Introducing a New Cat or Kitten To Your Home

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Managed Care, Negotiating for and Relocating Feral Cats

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Feeding Instructions for Caretakers

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Feeding Priorities Under Challenging Circumstances

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Food and Nutrition

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Elderly Cats

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Sheltering and Feeding Stations

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Agreements

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General Adopton Agreement

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Spay/Neuter Resources

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TRAP INFORMATION


Any person who is interested in the humane rescue of any cat or kitten that would require trapping, should own at least one trap. Even if involves trapping one stray cat in the backyard or a cat that is injured, the most efficient way to achieve this, is to have a trap on-hand. By the time you call and make the necessary arrangements to rent a trap, the situation may be beyond your help. By having your own trap, you would also be able to immediately help someone else in a similar situation.

We recommend the Tomahawk Trap, Model 606 or 608. Call to order a catalogue, toll free at 800-272-8727.

Cats cannot be trapped and taken to the city and county shelters. If you rent traps from the shelters, they usually require that you bring the cat back to them in the trap. Cats brought to shelters, in a trap, are considered unadoptable and will be euthanized. Unless you are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, you will not be allowed to get the cat you trapped back from the shelter.

TRAP RENTAL INFORMATION

The following is a list of trap rentals. Each one will have their own requirements for rental. Ask an experienced person, where you are renting, to show you how to use the trap. Try it out before you leave, to make sure it is working properly and you know exactly how to use it. This is very important if your trapping is to be successful. (See Instructions for Humane Trapping of Feral or Rescued Cats and Kittens)

Actors and Others for Animals
818-755-6045
Feral Cat Alliance
310-281-6973
Animal Birth Control
W. LA 310-444-3114
South Bay 310-539-3221
Fund for Animals
818-222-0023
Cats at the Studio
818-341-8936
Golden State Humane Society
562-423-8406
Cat Faire
818-994-8953
818-841-8739
Kitten Rescue
818-347-3037
CARE
818-982-1473
N.A.G.
323-664-3424
Cat Crossing
818-759-6554
Overland Veterinary Clinic
310-559-2424
Calabasas Horse & Feed
818-222-2107
People and Cats Together
310-230-5974
Centinela Feed & Pet Supply
310-451-78140-Call them for the nearest store
Pet Orphans
818-901-0190
Concerned P for A
805-281-6973
Red Barn-Reseda
818-345-2510
Felines & Friends
213-933-2128
Tender Loving Cat TLC
310-379-9750

This list does not include every source for trap rentals. Contact your veterinarian, as they may have traps available or can give you additional information.

 

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