Volunteer for TNR (Trap – Neuter – Return) Projects Posted on Monday, 1 August 2016

Is being a coordinator something that you are good at? Do you like leading an activity? In Trap – Neuter – Return, you get to coordinate with Barangays, establishments, villages on how they can control the feral cat population in their area.

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You will work hand-in-hand with the CARA catchers and clinic for the schedule of the TNR project. Join the TNR committee to be actively engaged in the community.

CARA TNR 2

Help reduce feral cat population, prevent kittens from being thrown away and make the community aware that there is a humane way of helping the cats.

CARA TNR 1

Please read Trap/Neuter/Return for reference.

Work needed within this committee:

The TNR Coordinator:

  • Introduces TNR program to barangays, villages, commercial establishments (briefing on TNR and what it entails)
  • Prepares TNR documents and related materials.
  • Oversees TNR implementation.
  • Assists in the solicitation of funding to be able to do charity TNR especially in areas where cats have a food source
  • Prepares MOA with the other party

TNR Committee Volunteers:

  • Coordinate scheduled catching with clinic, catchers and van
  • Oversee actual catching and will be the authority to explain the process to onlookers
  • Label each cage as it is caught: description of cat, gender, exact location, ear notch requirement, other pertinent info
  • Look for volunteer homes for recovery if needed
  • Oversee the release/return of cats and solicits cooperation of onlookers to ensure cat’s well-being

Requirements:

  • A quiet and calm personality; the cats are feral and need careful handling. (Training in how to trap will be given.)
  • Works well under pressure.
  • Preferably with own transport (we trap in various locations).

Interested to become a volunteer?

Download and accomplish the CARA Membership Application Form.

Email the completed form to join@caraphil.org

Attend the CARA volunteer orientation.

 

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This entry was posted on Monday, August 1st, 2016 at 9:43 am and is filed under Issues, Pet Care, Trap-Neuter-Release.

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