Do you want to help cats in your community through Trap Neuter-Release? The following organizations are available to answer your questions, provide humane trapping solutions, and connect you with spay/neuter resources that you can afford.
Operation Catnip holds a monthly no-charge clinic for feral cat spay/neuter, and sells $50 vouchers that can be used at area vets.
Operation Catnip rents traps for use by clinic and voucher clients.
SAFE Haven's SAFE Care Spay/Neuter Clinic provides spay/neuter services for feral, stray, and owned cats. The SAFE Care Clinic offers sliding scale pricing, and also accepts vouchers from other organizations. Traps are available for rent.
Alley Cats and Angels sells $60 spay/neuter vouchers for feral, stray, and owned cats. Alley Cats and Angels may be able to reduce the cost of vouchers for low-income caretakers. Traps are available for rent.
The SPCA of Franklin County operates a $20 spay/neuter voucher program for feral cats. Vouchers are available to Franklin County residents only, and eligibility is based on income. Vouchers can be used at the SAFE Care Spay/Neuter Clinic.
Independent Animal Rescue is based in Durham and provides spay/neuter assistance to feral cat caretakers. IAR may be able to loan traps, assist with transport, and subsidize spay/neuter costs in certain situations.
Having trouble navigating these resources, or need more help? The TNR Wake Helpline is available to answer your TNR questions and help connect you with resources.