Feral Cat Colony Registration Form

The purpose of this form is to allow members of the public to register colonies of feral cat so that they can be treated within the Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) program faciliated by the Feral Cat Coalition, which includes Toronto Animal Services.

Prior to registering your colony, please visit  www.toronto.ca/spayneuter and review the Operating Practice, Consent and Waiver, and Post-Op instruction documents posted in the Trap, Neuter, Return Program for Feral Cats section.  Please use these guidelines to verify that your feral cat colony meets the required clinic criteria.
 

Contact Us

For more information, you can contact us at:

Spay-Neuter Information Line: 416-338-6281
Website: www.toronto.ca/spayneuter
Email: spayneuter@toronto.ca

1. Information about the cat colony caretaker:

2. Colony information

3. Colony volunteers

Please list the names and email addresses of all volunteers involved with the colony. [What does TAS do with this info?]

4. (a) Have you already participated in a TNR program?

5. (a) In order to participate in the Toronto TNR program, you must complete the Toronto Feral Cat Project TNR workshop.  More information is available at www.toronto.ca/spayneuter  under the Trap, Neuter, Return Program for Feral Cats section.

Have you completed the Toronto Feral Cat Project TNR workshop?

 

(b) If you answered yes to the previous question, please input the workshop date:

Date

(c) If you have completed a TNR Workshop, please upload the certificate(s) of completion here:

6. Trapping Feral Cats

Are you comfortable with mass trapping of feral cats?
Are you able to bring cats to the clinic on up to three consecutive days to support sterilization of the entire colony?

7. Do you agree to adhere to the instructions and guidelines provided in the Operating Practice, Consent and Waiver, and Post-Op documents posted at www.toronto.ca/spayneuter?

Documents are posted in the Trap, Neuter, Return Program for Feral Cats section.

8. Prior to an appointment being scheduled, an Animal Services Care and Control Officer (ACCO) will set up a meeting with the Caretaker at the colony site to view and evaluate the colony condition.
 
Do you agree to this condition?