Get TNR Help – local and state-wide resources

Do you need to get TNR help?

Need access resources in Indiana? Or need help getting community cats fixed in your area?

We’re proud to have an amazing and active Facebook group that you’re welcome to join.  Ask questions and get honest answers to help you care for community cats.

If you are outside of Marion County, we have compiled a list of groups across the state of Indiana dedicated to helping you help Community Cats. The following is an expanded list for Central Indiana counties.

Indiana Feral Cat Programs/Informational Resources
Northern Indiana TNR Resources

Northern Indiana

Action for Animals, (765) 282-0738, (Muncie)
Elkhart County Feral Cat Coalition, 574-214-7125

H.O.P.E. for Animals Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic (Ft. Wayne)
Independant Cat Society, (219) 785-4936, (Northwest Indiana)
Michiana Feral Cat Initiative, (574) 387-7840

Central Indiana TNR Resources

Animal Outreach of Shelby County, (317) 364-8745
FACE Spay Neuter Clinic  Community Cat Program,(317) 638-3223
Hamilton County Low Cost Spay-Neuter Clinic, (317) 706-0537
Help the Animals, (765) 962-6811, (Richmond)
SNIP (Spay Neuter Indiana Pets), (317) 727-9183, (Johnson, Morgan, & Hendricks counties)
SPOT (Stop Pet Overpopulation Today), (765) 795-4336, (Cloverdale)
Zionsville County Veterinary Clinic Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project  (317)769-PETS (7387)
Partners for Animal Welfare Society, Inc. (PAWS), (317) 498-6255, (Greenfield)
Humane Society of Johnson County, (317) 535-6626

Southern Indiana TNR Resources

Alley Cat Advocates, (502) 634-8777, (Louisville and southern Indiana)
Feral Cat Friends, (812) 323-8209, (Bloomington)
Pets Alive Spay/Neuter Clinic, (812) 824-1349, (Bloomington)
UCAN (United Coalition for Animals, (513) 721-7387, (Cincinatti, southeast Indiana)
Vanderburgh Humane Society, (812) 426-2563 ext. 216
Community Animal Rescue Effort (CARE), (812) 372-6063, (Columbus).

National Trap Neuter and Return Resources

To find a feral cat organization in your area, check out this list from HSUS (arranged alphabetically by state)
Or get in touch with other “Feral Friends” in your area by  completing Alley Cat Allies’ online form.

Other National Feral Cat Resources:
Alley Cat Allies  
ASPCApro.org
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project
HSUS Feral Cat Resources
Neigborhood Cats
The New York City Feral Cat Initiative