Pet Helpers - Services

Trap Neuter Release Program

TNR

The Trap Neuter Release Program (TNR) is a way to lower the number of community (feral) cat colonies around the Lowcountry.

All feral cats MUST be within a humane trap. Please note, we CANNOT accept cats in the TNR program if they are in a carrier or any other container. Space is limited, on a first-come, first-serve basis, with a limit of two (2) cats per person.

We accept community cats on Thursdays, no appointment needed. Cats must be dropped off between 7:30 am and 8:00 am (only) in the Spay/Neuter Clinic located on the right side of the building. The cats must be picked up the same day before 3:00 pm. Upon arrival, please grab a number and stay in your car.  Place the number on your windshield and a staff member will deliver paperwork to your car. 

TNR cost is $25 per cat and includes:  microchip, distemper, rabies and eartipping.
 

We recommend holding cat(s) overnight in the trap for monitoring, and releasing them the following morning as there is a risk to early release.

TRAP RENTALS

Due to the wear and tear our TNR traps sustain, we have instituted a fee to enable Pet Helpers to maintain the safety, durability, and workability of our traps for all those involved in the TNR program.  Thank you for understanding and helping Pet Helpers to sustain this life-saving program.
 
Humane trap rentals are $50, $25 is non-refundable and $25 covers the cost of the TNR procedure and all it entails.  For further information, please call the clinic at (843) 302-0556.

The services we provide with the TNR program are as follows:

  • Spay/Neuter
  • Microchipping
  • Vaccinations (Rabies and Distemper 1 year)
  • Ear Tipping

WE HAVE TO PROVIDE ALL OF THESE SERVICES FOR TNR.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

ONE CAT PER TRAP.

LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST ADMITTED BASIS.

If you have any further questions, please call our Spay/Neuter Clinic Client Service Representatives at 843-302-0556.

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