Programs

Community Cat Program

NBHA supports Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) which is the humane and effective approach to controlling the feral cat population. We provide training and financial assistance to residents who wish to build safe communities for free-roaming cats.

Over 1,000 Cats have been through our TNVR program.

Spay/Neuter Assistance Plan

In an effort to decrease the number of cats and dogs that enter the municipal shelter system, NBHA awards yearly spay/neuter grants to local 501(c)(3) animal rescues.

Community Cat Program Success Stories

Patches Story

Patches is a lovely old calico girl who had been living in a feral colony off a major highway in Middlesex County. She was rapidly losing weight and needed to see a vet. She was trapped and examined by the vet. She has only three teeth in her mouth so it...

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Peter and Bryan

Peter and Bryan are brothers who were abandoned at a condo development in Jamesburg. We were asked to come in for TNR by the caretaker. When we saw how friendly these beautiful boys were, we just had to get them to a rescue where they could be adopted...

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Tips for Managing Feral Cat Colonies

Tips for Managing Feral Cat Colonies

Donna Hildreth a board member of the North Brunswick Humane Association was recently interviewed by Michele Newman of Association Help Now about Tips for Managing Feral Cat Colonies and our TNR program.How Cat Colonies FormFeral cat colonies consist of...

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Peggy, now Norah

PEGGY, now NORAOur Community Cat Program had help to TNR a small colony in New Brunswick. The caretaker notified us about a small cat with an injury on her front leg. The cat was very friendly and the caretaker was able to pick it up and put in a trap. At...

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The Fuzzballs

During the course of a TNR project in Spotswood, we caught the most adorable long haired kittens. A friend of the trapper offered to foster them in her spare room. It didn’t take long before friends and relatives showed up to adopt these adorable kittens....

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