HomeCat Newsferal catsKittens in Upstate SC are being TNR’d too young and released back into the community

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Kittens in Upstate SC are being TNR’d too young and released back into the community — 3 Comments

  1. My veterinarian was hesitant at 5 months but agreed because my babies are big and healthy and indoors only. My Mercy was spayed at 7-8 weeks at the animal shelter and under 2 lbs. But they are loath to let them go before spaying. When she was re-adopted by us after being dumped she had not been gaining and we had to wait per our vet over a month just to give her a rabies. My understanding is that many rescues take feral kittens at about 4 weeks for the best chance of socializing not TNR.

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