This is what happened to Oliver before he was taken to Odenton Veterinary Hospital and “euthanized”

Introduction: this is an account of the story about Oliver, the elderly cat unnecessarily euthanized at Odenton Veterinary Hospital, from an entirely different perspective. The author lives in the neighborhood where Oliver lived and has first hand knowledge of what … please continue reading

Discussion: Responsible TNR program or animal cruelty after kittens dumped in unfamiliar territory

Kitten TNR

There’s a situation taking place in Greenville, South Carolina that is turning the stomachs of cat lovers throughout the internet community. A TNR program designed to reduce the number of feral cats using the Community Cat Diversion Program offered through … please continue reading

Is Hillsborough County Veterinary Medical Society planting anti-TNR stories on the Internet?

I have a sneaking suspicion that the Hillsborough County Veterinary Medical Society (HCVMS) are planting stores on the Internet which undermine trap-neuter-vaccinate-release (TNVR) programs in Florida. I have two such stories on this website. The stories were picked up on … please continue reading

Feral colony in danger of being trapped and “disposed of” in Mauldin, SC

Feral cats at risk

Update May 29, 2017 petition to save the cats here.  The following is taking place in Mauldin, South Carolina where a colony of feral cats, many of whom have undergone TNR, is in danger of being trapped and “disposed of.” … please continue reading

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

Feral kitten

The following post was made on the Foster Paws Rescue (FPR) Facebook wall back on March 5, and I was also contacted via Facebook. Please read. This is serious, as it appears someone is practicing TNR on kittens too young for … please continue reading

Rogue Unskilled TNR Person Botches TNR Operation on Wandering Domestic Cat?

How do people engaged in trap-neuter-return distinguish between feral cats and scruffy outside cats? A story from Fox 46, an online newspaper, concerning a domestic cat got me thinking about how the good people who are engaged in trap-neuter-release programs … please continue reading