Chesapeake Community/Feral Cat Assistance
ART/SpayHR received a 2020 Rachael Ray Save Them All Grant from Best Friends Animal Society! These funds will help us save Community/Feral cats through our spay/neuter program. Thank you for supporting our lifesaving work in Chesapeake and the wider Hampton Roads community!

Funds are available to assist citizens with the costs of spay/neuter for Chesapeake community* and feral cats. Please fill out the form completely, and we will respond as soon as possible.

NOTE: We have very limited assistance available for the trapping, transportation, and recuperation steps of TNR. If you've never done TNR (trap-neuter-return) but believe you can help, the video below provides a brief, informative overview. Additionally, we do not relocate cats. Cats must be returned to the colony in which they are being cared for.

* A community cat is generally an outdoor cat that lives in the community. A feral cat also lives in the community but is scared of people.
How to Trap a Feral Cat for TNR
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Caretaker/Requester Last Name *
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Caretaker/Requester Email *
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Caretaker/Requester Phone (xxx-xxx-xxxx) *
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Alternate Phone
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Cat/Colony Street (street number not needed) *
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Cat/Colony Five Digit Zip Code *
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Caretaker/Requester TNR (trap-neuter-return) Commitment
Please note that we have very limited assistance available for trapping, transport, and recuperation. If you believe you can help but need guidance, check "unsure."
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I can transport cats to/from surgery *
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I can recuperate cats after surgery *
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