Cat Detective Volunteer Application
Thank you for your interest in volunteering as a Best Friends Cat Detective Volunteer! This application is step 1 in becoming a Cat Detective.

There are 2 videos to watch, and the whole process should take about 15 minutes to complete. Kick back, grab a cup of tea, and get excited to save cats' lives!
Get started!
Please watch the videos and answer the following questions. Once your application has been completed in full you will be informed within one week (5 business days) if your application has been approved. From that point, training will then be available for you to sign up for on a first come, first served basis.

Volunteers must be age 18 or older. Completion of this application does not guarantee a volunteer position as a TNR volunteer. We are looking for dedicated people who love to help cats, can work independently, and follow guidelines for ensuring successful trapping of cats. If that's you, we can't wait to have you on board!
TNR and Community Cats
The Best Friends Community Cat Department works with the community and partner shelters to conduct trap-neuter-return (TNR) of community cats. Community cats (also known as feral, stray or free-roaming cats), are the most-at-risk animals in shelters throughout the U.S. Since community cats are at great risk of being killed if they enter shelters, Best Friends helps ensure that they do not end up there by organizing and operating humane TNR programs. TNR is a comprehensive management plan in which healthy community cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and then returned to their outdoor communities. TNR is critical in our mission to creating a no-kill community. Your volunteer work as a Cat Detective will be helping saving hundreds of lives!
First, lets learn about community cats. What is a community cat anyway?
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Learn how TNR works to help community cats.
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