HERDING CATS

5 Easy Steps for Humanely Deterring Cats

  1. Talk to your neighbors. Determine whether the cats are pets, stray, or feral and if they have been spayed or neutered. If not, make an appointment with a feral-friendly veterinarian and find tips for TNR at alleycat.org/TNR.

  2. Apply nontoxic deterrents around your yard.

  3. Put a tight lid on your trash can.

  4. Block gaps in the foundation of sheds and porches.

  5. Use a cover to keep paw prints off your car.

Call DBCHS @ 859.238.1117 or email us for information on our Community Cat Spay/Neuter Program.

 

Want to volunteer with our Community Cat Program Trap/Neuter/Return Team? Email Kari at karikuh@dbchs.org. Thank you for your help!

 DBCHS Adoption Hours

Monday - Friday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm 

Surrenders must be scheduled

Call us: 859-238-1117

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