Strategies and Resources:
The Nobody’s Cats Foundation promotes the adoption of Trap Neuter Return (TNR) as the preferred
strategy for humanely stabilizing and reducing free-roaming domestic feline populations in south-central
PA.  This approach prevents suffering among the cats, protects public health, reduces stress on wildlife,
and enables communities to redirect desperately needed resources elsewhere.

TNR is virtually universally acknowledged as the primary tool for reducing the overpopulation of domestic felines.  Momentum
to implement TNR in our community has grown dramatically in the past few years and we want to build on that momentum by
providing access to the knowledge and resources necessary to implement TNR.  

We estimate that approximately 355,000 free-roaming cats exist in our region. Through our various
strategies, we hope to
help the regional community realize spaying or neutering of 80 percent of the existing unaltered free-roaming domestic feline
population by 2022.  Whether you love or loath domestic cats, you have a stake in our collective success.  TNR works by
interrupting reproduction so that individual animals can no longer replace themselves many times over.   

TNR Works!
The Nobody's Cats Foundation, PO Box 725, New Cumberland, PA 17070-0725
Nobody’s cats are everybody’s cats.
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The Nobody’s Cats Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes the adoption of Trap Neuter Return (TNR) as the preferred
strategy for humanely stabilizing and reducing free-roaming domestic feline populations in eight south-central Pennsylvania counties (Adams,
Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, and York).  Its strategies include creating a culture of ownership of free-roaming cat
through a dedicated surgery clinic for free-roaming cats.

The official registration and financial information of The Nobody's Cats Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State
by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
Upcoming Events

June
All month long, Food Drive, See News for
more details.

July
Sat., July 19, 1-3 pm, TNR Basics Seminar,
Nobody's Cats Foundation, 3909 Hartzdale
Drive, Suite 905, Camp Hill

August
Tues. August 5, 5-9 pm, National Night Out,
Roof Park (Fairview Township), 579
Lewisberry Road, New Cumberland

Sat., August 16, 1-3 pm, TNR Basics Seminar,
Nobody's Cats Foundation, 3909 Hartzdale
Drive, Suite 905, Camp Hill
Mission: Promote adoption of Trap Neuter Return as the preferred
strategy for humanely managing and reducing free-roaming cat
populations in south central Pennsylvania.

Organizational Goal:  Reduce existing unaltered free-roaming
domestic feline populations by 80 percent in south central
Pennsylvania by 2022.

Email:  contact@nobodyscats.org
The Nobody's Cats Foundation's  
Surgeries are Tue., Thur., Fri. and Sat.
Spay/Neuter
NOW to prevent too many kittens.
We have new Fundraisers to help.....

Four Seasons in Spring House eBook Benefit Fundraiser
Donate through the United Way of the Capital Region
Donate by shopping at Amazon.com

Click here to find more info on all Donations and Fundraisers.
FOUNDATION HOLDS FOOD DRIVE FOR FREE-ROAMING CAT
COLONY CARETAKERS

The Nobody's Cats Foundation will hold its quarterly food
drive in June to collect dry and canned cat food for
caretakers of free-roaming cat colonies participating in Trap
Neuter Return. Dry and canned cat food in any amount and
of any brand can be donated in the month of June at the
following locations, with all food distributed locally.

See
News for more details.
THANKS to everyone who helped with this year's community yard sale! Our wonderful volunteers who worked
so hard for months to collect, sort and price items; those who donated baked goods, food items, and monetary
sponsorships for the food tent; the vendors who joined us; and of course everyone who worked so hard on
Saturday from the wee hours to late in the afternoon! Thanks to you, our share of the proceeds amounted to an
amazing $1,200 to help us serve the free roamers and those who care for them.
>>> Click here for info about cat adoptions from Regency Woods North
in Carlisle as reported on WGAL.