TNR – Local and National

These groups are involved in TNR (Trap-Neuter-Release). Many are local but we have included a listing of national resources, like Alley Cat Allies, where you can find an abundance of information.

Trap-Neuter-Return: National

Alley Cat Allies
7920 Norfolk Avenue, Suite 600, Bethesda, MD 20814-2525
Alley Cat Allies is working in communities to champion low-cost spay and neuter policies and programs, as well as lifesaving Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Shelter-Neuter-Return (SNR). A resource for tens of thousands of dedicated cat caregivers, advocates, nonprofit groups, and volunteers driving change and accelerating protection for millions of cats worldwide.
Phone: 240-482-1980

Humane Society of the United States
PO Box 82494, Columbus, Ohio 43202
Rescue and care for thousands of animals every year through our Animal Rescue Team and other animal care services. Fight all forms of animal cruelty to achieve the vision behind our name: A humane society. – Cory Roscoe (State Director for Ohio)

Best Friends Animal Society
Pet care and shelter information from animal experts.
A nonprofit organization that operates the nation’s largest sanctuary for homeless animals; provides adoption, spay/neuter, and educational programs.

Trap-Neuter-Return: State

Ohio SPCA           
P.O. Box 546, Grove City, Ohio 43123
Phone: 740-420-2984

Ohio SPCA & Humane Society Adoption Center   
3606 Elida Rd., Lima, Ohio 45807
Phone: 419-991-1775

The Together Initiative for Ohio’s Community Cats
Promote and enable the effective and humane management of Ohio’s community (feral and stray) cats by encouraging and facilitating collaborative trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs and corresponding partnerships between public and/or private stakeholders.
Contact on their webpage

TNR Clinics: Cuyahoga

Cleveland APL
1729 Wiley Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44133
Main phone:
Animal Cruelty Hotline: 216-377-1630
Offer many programs and services for Northeast Ohio’s homeless animals including Humane Investigations, Animal Admissions, Animal Welfare Clinic, Trap-Neuter-Return, Foster Care Program and Adoptions.
Owner Surrender/Found cat or kitten: Accept happy, healthy, and friendly animals, by appointment only.
TNR Program – Clinic Coordinator 216-377-1624
Admissions:  216-771-8825 –

PetFix Northeast Ohio     
885 East 222st, Euclid Oh 44123
Low cost spay/neuter.  Offers high quality, affordable spay and neuter surgeries to all pet owners, feral cat caregivers, shelters, rescues, and animal control agencies placing animals for adoption.
Phone: 216-732-7040 to make an appointment or can schedule online.
General Information:
Executive Director:

TNR Clinics: Geauga

Geauga Humane Society’s Rescue Village- Geauga County  
15463 Chillicothe Road, Russell TWP OH 44072
Phone: 440-338-4819 
“No-Kill for time, space, or special needs”.  Humane education, humane law, adoptions and spay and neuter programs. Rescue Village offers special low-cost, high-quality spay and neuter programs for cats and dogs throughout Northeast Ohio.
Humane Agent: 440-338-4819 Ext.41
TNR: 440-338-4819 Ext. 14

TNR of Warren   
PO Box 2477, 2428 Elm Rd., Warren, Ohio 44484
An all-volunteer organization dedicated to spaying and neutering stray and community cats as well as cats from low-income families.
Phone: 330-330-8166

TNR Organizations: Cuyahoga

The Euclid Beach Cat Project
PO Box 200611, Cleveland, Ohio 44120
Services cats in the Euclid Beach area and across Northeast Ohio. Provide Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) services, medical care, socialization, adoption services, and community awareness. Place adoptable cats in forever homes
Vicky Sprouse (intake, adoptions, TNR)
Phone: 216.246.4206

Waterloo Alley Cat Project
P.O. Box 19246, Cleveland OH, 44119
Waterloo Alley Cat Project is a grassroots, volunteer organization that practices the trap-neuter/spay-return (TNR) method of humanely controlling the population of cats in and around the Waterloo Road business district of Cleveland. Our mission is to humanely reduce the growing number of homeless/feral cats and kittens roaming the streets around the Waterloo business district. We are not a shelter.

Rainbow Connection Animal Foundation
P.O. Box 94143, Cleveland, OH 44101
A non-profit, no-kill, animal rescue organization which rescues homeless, abandoned, and surrendered cats and kittens and ultimately places them in loving homes. Active in and practice Trap/Neuter/Release to maintain the feral and stray cat population.

Kamm’s Cat Guardians
Our goal, as Kamm’s Cat Guardians, is to educate and advocate for the stray and feral cat population in the Kamm’s Corners Neighborhood. Provide TNR services but are not a rescue. Do adopt out animals that were trapped as a part of the TNR process and were unclaimed strays or feral cats that have been socialized to live inside with humans.
Phone: 216-659-4434

Lucky Paws
Dedicated to improving the lives of abandoned, abused, and over-looked animals. We rescue these animals and find them the loving, warm homes they deserve. We also participate in the TNR and care for feral communities in Cleveland.
Phone: 216-556-0811

Lauren’s City Cats in the Flats 
Cleveland, Ohio
Our mission is to provide food, water, shelter, and vet care for approximately 15 feral cat colonies on the near west side of Cleveland. Feral cats are altered and returned through Trap-Neuter-Return while social cats are placed in a home or with other rescues.

TNR Organizations: Lake

Purrfect Partners Ohio
36370 Vine Street, Eastlake, Ohio
Our primary purpose is to perform TNR services (Trap-Neuter-Return) for area cats and kittens. Foster -based homes or transferred to partner organizations/shelters to be adopted into qualified homes.
Phone: 440-209-2822

TNR Vouchers

Valley Save a Pet   
P.O. Box 39221, Solon, OH 44139
Established to alleviate the unnecessary suffering of all animals. Valley Save-A-Pet provides low cost spay/neuter services to pet owners in the Greater Cleveland area, veterinary care, and animal rescue and adoption.
Phone: 440-232-9124
Veterinary care assistance: 440-232-9124   

Traps and Accessories

Tomahawk Live Trap 
Tomahawk Live Traps Feral Cat Series Traps are the result of cooperation with rescue groups and organizations around the world such as the Neighborhood Cats Organization to develop traps and accessories that are specifically designed for feral cats and the people who care for them.

TruCatch Traps for Cats
Since 1987, TruCatch Traps has provided the most humane, reliable live animal traps. Humane societies, animal shelters, wildlife professionals and animal control officers use our traps worldwide.

Tractor Supply
Tractor Supply supplies humane traps in a variety of sizes.