As part of our effort to improve the lives of and reduce the numbers of feral cats in this community, Sheboygan County Humane Society offers responsible
colony caretakers the opportunity to register cat colonies in their neighborhoods. This information is required to participate in our spay/neuter TNR (TrapNeuter-Return)
program. Only unowned feral cats and “barn cats” are eligible for the program. Sheboygan County Humane Society will NOT perform
sterilizations for cats intended for private adoption, gifts or to keep as their “pets”.
I certify that to the best of my knowledge, all cats in the colony described are unowned feral cats and/or “barn cats”. I certify that all the information I’ve provided is true. I agree to monitor and be the primary provider of food, water, shelter, and any veterinary care beyond the neuter/spay services provided by Sheboygan County Humane Society for this colony.
I understand that a representative from Sheboygan County Humane Society (SCHS) may periodically call to ask permission to visit the colony to monitor status and conditions for statistical purposes and TNR research data.
I understand that feral and semi-feral cats can be unpredictable and as a caretaker I will take proper precaution and understand that SCHS, SCHS employees, volunteers and affiliates cannot be held liable.
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