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Wysokie rzeczy stał się placem poprawny scenariusz lecz powinny pół Uniform Administrative Procedure Act It is located at New Britain Court, 20 Square, New Britain, 06051. a perfect world, animals would be free to live their lives to the fullest: raising their enjoying their native environments, and following their natural instincts. However, domesticated animals cannot survive free our concrete jungles, we must take as good care of them as possible. People with the time, money, and to make a lifetime commitment to animal can make enormous difference by adopting from shelters or rescuing animals from a perilous life on the street. Trap-neuter-return is recommended only for colonies of feral cats who can be returned to supervised sites where -term care can be assured. Stray, domestic cats need to be re-socialized and placed homes. Spaying and neutering colonies of cats: stabilizes the population at manageable levels, eliminates annoying behaviors associated with mating helps make the animals easier to deal with over the term is more effective and less costly than repeated attempts at eradication is humane to the animals and fosters compassion the community. The community, the caretakers and the property owner where the cats reside, should organize and out this plan. Money be available from established organization or have to be raised by voluntary contributions. Local governments should be approached and asked to contribute to the fund, as TNR save them money over time. The initial cost seem high but the -term costs are less than those spent on repeated eradication attempts. The expenses are for equipment, veterinary services, and food. Identify all those who feed the cats and all feeding sites. Make a list of all the cats, their state of health, and whether females are pregnant, or feeding kittens. Identify the cats who are only occasional visitors or who are friendly, as these be companion animals. All neighbors should be notified of your procedures before trapping begins to prevent them from thinking you harm the cats. The location should be evaluated as to whether or not it is appropriate environment which to keep the colony. Buildings scheduled for demolition or areas too close to highways not be suitable. For the most part, the area where the cats are living is the best place to keep them. If relocation is necessary, find a suitable new location. However, relocation should be the last option. The planning group be very creative finding a solution. Euthanasia is only recommended for very sick cats who cannot be treated. Make arrangements for kittens and cats that be tame enough to be domesticated after veterinary treatment. Rescuers and colony caretakers should sterilize all cats and kittens prior to adoption. They should charge adoption fee which help recover part of the cost. Early-age sterilization can be performed on kittens eight weeks old or two pounds weight. Obtain humane traps and transfer cages, and learn how to properly use them. Make arrangements for transport, overnight stay, and delivery to and collection from the surgery. 't leave the cat unprotected trap and never leave the cat where she might be threatened by other animals, people, or weather. Immediately cover the trap with a towel or blanket when the cat is caught order to calm her down. When one cat has been trapped, it can be moved to the transfer cage that the trap can be used for a second cat. Do not trap inclement weather, especially during heat waves traumatized cats are very susceptible to heat stroke. The use of rabies poles and tranquilizers are discouraged. Tranquilized cats leave the area before the tranquilizer takes effect and can get into situations that could endanger their lives, such as wandering onto busy streets. Do not trap lactating mothers, if possible. If, however, a lactating mother is trapped you need to make a decision on whether to have her spayed she could be hard to retrap. If you keep her, find her kittens as as possible. Discuss the plan with the veterinarian and a possible fee reduction for the whole colony. Confirm beforehand that the veterinarian and technicians are aware that these cats are feral and prepared to treat them. A squeeze-side cage is option for the clinic to use. A moveable panel this type of cage immobilizes the cat allowing her to be tranquilized before handling. It is much safer for the veterinarian to tranquilize the cat through the bars of the trap. To avoid the necessity of a second trapping, dissolvable sutures must be used. Males should be fostered overnight and females, if possible, should be kept for two to three nights before returning. All cats to be returned must be identified by clipping one quarter inch off the top of the left ear. If the ear is properly cauterized, this procedure is trouble-free. All cats should be treated for worms and earmites, inoculated with a three-year rabies vaccine and distemper vaccine, and given a -term antibiotic injection. Remember to inform the vet. that the cats are to be returned to their colonies. Taming Domestication: Although some older feral cats can be domesticated, the best time to tame ferals is before they are eight weeks old. While it is possible to domesticate some older kittens and cats, if no homes are available and your local shelter is killing unwanted domestic kittens, a more humane and practical solution is to sterilize feral kittens from 12 weeks old,