TNR Request

  • About You

    We will contact you 3-5 days before TNR is conducted. Please note, we are an all-volunteer organization and make every attempt to work in regions.
  • About the Community Cats

    With TNR, cats are humanely trapped, examined by a veterinarian, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and permanently identified by a harmless ear notch located on the left ear. Cats are then returned to their colony and human caregivers.

    HSBC does not remove or relocate feral/community cats or other wild animals.

    Tell us about the community cats you would like TNR'd.

  • Waiver of Liability & Consent

  • I will be doing volunteer work for the Humane Society of Bay County, and I do hereby knowingly, freely, and voluntarily waive my right or cause of action of any kind whatsoever arising as a result of such activity from which my liability may or could accrue against the Society or its agents or employees jointly and individually.

    I understand community (feral) cats are trapped for neutering and vaccination and will be returned to the location described above.

    By submitting this form, I consent to communication from the Humane Society of Bay County.

  • TNR service is provided free of charge to the community thanks to support from our members and donors. Please visit www.humanesocietybaycounty.org and select "Support" to make a contribution. Thank you.