The Lawrence Humane Society Has Begun TNVR to Reduce the Free-Roaming Cat Population in Douglas County

Lawrence, KS — September 3rd, 2019 — In the first two trips out of the gate for the Community Cat Program, Lawrence Humane Society staff and volunteers gathered 15 feral cats, brought them back to the shelter to be spay/neutered and vaccinated and then returned them to their colonies.

The program is just getting started and the LHS is seeking more volunteers and contributions to make the program the success for the community they know it can be.

The first outing was at the 100 block of Arkansas Street, while the second took part in an unincorporated area of Douglas County, near Lecompton.


You can read Rochelle Valverde’s full article about the launch of the Community Cat Program at LJ World.

And you can learn more about how to get involved and how Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release will help Douglas County by checking out the information the LHS has provided.


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