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Why TNR is Important

Why TNR is Important
It’s 4 am, I’m cold and awkwardly crouched in my neighborhood with my trap, a blanket, and some KFC Chicken. What am I doing? I am TNRing (trap, neuter and releasing) cats. A couple of years ago I would have laughed at the thought of myself basically looking sketchy just to trap some cats–or would have shaken my head laughing, but I do this not only because I want to, but because I need to. I know trapping and neutering cats can improve┬átheir quality of life through receiving...

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