An important part of ACR’s work is our Trap-Neuter/Spay-Return (TNR) program. This requires a network of volunteers to trap feral cats; transport them to and from the vets where they are neutered or spayed; provide them with recovery space, then returning them to their colonies. In this way, we help to curb overpopulation of the city’s back alleys with homeless, starving, often injured or sick, stray and feral cats. Interested in helping out but still a little unsure? Our experienced volunteers will provide training in baiting and setting traps; transporting feral cats; gaining the cooperation of neighbours, along with all other elements of trapping.

If you are interested in this position, please take a moment to read about trapping with ACR and what is involved.

If you, or anyone you know, is interested in becoming a volunteer, or expanding your work within the organization, please e-mail us, or apply online.

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