TNR Groups

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the only humane and effective approach to community cats, or unowned cats who live outdoors. When TNR is completed cats are free from the burdens of mating and reproducing. They have improved relationships with the people who live near them (think: no more kittens outdoors or yowling, roaming, fighting, or spraying). Additionally, many diseases associated with reproduction, like certain cancers, are prevented. If you have cats living outdoors please contact one of the following groups near you!

Bond County: 
Bond County Humane Society – Greenville

Champaign County:
Champaign Area Trap Spay Neuter & Adoption Program – Savoy    

Cook County:
Animal Care League – Oak Park    
Cats in Action – Chicago    
Cat Vando – Maywood    
Fat Cat Rescue –  Chicago   
Feral Feline Project – Wheeling    
PAWS Chicago – Chicago    
Red Door Animal Shelter – Chicago    
The Anti-Cruelty Society – Chicago      
Tree House Humane Society – Chicago    
Triple R Pets – LaGrange   

Dekalb County:
Fixin’ Feral Felines  – Dekalb

DuPage County:
Feral Fixers – Lake Villa 

Lake County:
Alliance for Humane Action
 – Lake Villa   
Spay and Stay – Grayslake   

LaSalle County:
Spay It Forward – Seneca   

Logan County:
Humane Society of Logan County – Lincoln    

Madison County:
Metro East Humane Society – Edwardsville     

McHenry County:
ASAP (Animal Services and Assistance Programs, Inc) – Marengo    
Fox Valley Helping Paws Animal Welfare Society – Woodstock  

McLean County:
The Sterile Feral Foundation – Bloomington   

Sangamon County:
​Animal Protective League – Springfield

St. Clair County:
Belleville Area Humane Society – Belleville  

Will County:
National Animal Welfare Society of the U.S. – Mokena   

​Winnebago County:
Paws Humane Society – Rockford