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|Title:||Trappers needed for Trap. Neuter, Return (no experience needed)|
Trap, neuter, return (TNR) helps prevent litters from being born so the population of stray cats can slowly decline. But we cannot neuter ferals unless we can trap them first. We issue vouchers to residents of Brazos County to get stray/feral cats fixed. Some people are elderly or disabled and need help trapping the cats. We can train you on how to trap cats and provide you with a trap so you can help someone with vouchers through out program. Sometimes you may also need to help drive the cat in the trap to the vet clinic. You do not touch the feral cats, just show the people how to set the traps or help them set the traps.
Before you can help out with this opportunity, you'll need to sign up as a volunteer. Once you've done that, you'll be able to contact the rescue group and express your interest helping out with this opportunity. You'll also be able to create a volunteer profile, which will let shelters and rescue groups in your area find volunteer opportunities that best match your skills and interests.
Volunteering is a great way to help pets in need and meet other caring humans like you!