What We Do — Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR)

Central Texas Feline Rescue is a 501(c) (3) non profit organization, all donations not for goods or services are tax deductible. We are an all-volunteer TNRM rescue group. We Trap, Neuter (or spay) and Release cats in feral colonies in the Austin/Round Rock area, and then we maintain them through feeding and care. We are involved because we care about bettering the lives of cats, including those that are homeless and not socialized to humans. There is no such thing as a wild domestic feline. All feral cats were once a person’s pet or are the descendents of someone's pet, and therefore, are the responsibility of people.

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Did you know that you can now find us on Facebook and Twitter? Keep up-to-date with our latest news by friending us on either social network. Our facebook button is over on the right side and twitter below.

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Looking for Volunteers to help with TNR and feeding!

We are currently looking for some helping hands when it comes to feeding and managing our local colonies. Looking for a way to help out? Visit our volunteer page to learn more and find out how to contact us. We could use your help!

CTFR Named Top Rated Nonprofit of 2010!

Top Rated Great Non Profit 2010!

Central Texas Feline Rescue was named as a Top Rated Great Nonprofit of 2010. You can read all the awesome reviews by clicking on that link. We love our supporters!

Would you like to get involved in the direct care of feral cats in your community? Please consider these opportunities.
Central Texas Feline Rescue is committed to offering education and advice to those who want to help with the feral cat condition. If you are interested in trapping and feeding feral cats at your home or office, we can provide...
At Central Texas Feline Rescue we believe that TNR is the most effective and most humane way to manage and reduce feral cat populations. We are not alone in this belief. The ASPCA and feral cat protection pioneers, Alley Cat Allies, support TNR.

Ignoring feral cat populations, the most common way of dealing with them...
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