[Update: As of Dec 31, 2018, SNKI no longer oversees the City of Kingston’s TNVR program] If you are looking after a feral cat colony in North, Central or South Frontenac you may be eligible for assistance.
All colonies put through SNKI’s T/N/V/R Program become “managed” feral cat colonies. In order to be eligible for Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative’s T/N/V/R (Trap/Neuter/Vaccinate/Return) Program, you must be willing to continue to care for, provide shelter for and to provide food for the colony for the duration of its lifetime. An on-site visit to view the colony and location, by a member of SNKI, is required – at our discretion – prior to acceptance into the program. Note that all cats accepted into and fixed through our Program will be “ear-tipped”.
As of Dec 31, 2018, SNKI no longer oversees the City of Kingston’s TNVR program. We wish the City continued success with the program.
Note: As colony caretaker(s), it will be up to you to live-trap the cats from your colony and transport them to their spay/neuter appointments. Other arrangements can be made on an individual colony basis and are dependent on available resources.