awa's feral cat Trap-Neuter-ReTURN (TNR) Program         

 If you have a feral cat colony near you that you would like to help, we're have a program to assist you including education, training, and Fix-it neuter/spay. Christie Rogero, our Targeted Spay/Neuter Manager, runs the the most advanced and innovative TNR program in the South Jersey area. 

To schedule a Feral-Fix-it appointment for a feral cat, email us  at It is important that you make your appointment before you trap the cat. We can schedule appointments for several days for a better chance of trapping the cat. You can bring a maximum of 2 cats on your appointment day between 7:15-8:00 a.m. 

We have traps available for a refundable $100 cash deposit to loan the trap for up to 2 weeks. The deposit is returned when the trap is returned.

We offer TNR training by appointment or request. If you're interested in one-to-one training or a group seminar, contact us at or call Christie at 856-424-2288, ext. 121.



  • Routine spay or neuter surgery
  • Rabies
  • Ear-tipping
Cost = $35

What qualifies a cat as feral?

Trapped Feral Cats.  Feral cats are born outside, are living in a wild state and are untouchable by humans.  The only cats which qualify for this program cannot be picked up or touched.

Other Resources:

  Alley Cat Allies is an organization dedicated to protecting our nation's cats.


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Phone: 856.424.2288 | Fax: 856.424.8318     

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