Community Cats of Baltimore

A Free TNR Program for Community Cats in Baltimore City

Best Friends Animal Society® in partnership with PetSmart Charities®, the largest funder of companion animal-welfare efforts in North America, is launching a new project in Baltimore for the humane control of the city’s free-roaming, community cat population.

PetSmart Charities is providing $1 million to national animal welfare organization Best Friends Animal Society, which will lead a public-private partnership called the Baltimore Community Cats Project. Best Friends will work with Baltimore Animal Rescue and Control (BARCS) and other local Best Friends network partner organizations to implement a comprehensive Trap-Neuter-Return program to reduce the breeding of free-roaming cats, which will in turn help decrease the number of cats entering the city’s shelter system.

Have an outdoor cat colony in your neighborhood? Please call (443) 240-8530 to see how we can help you.

Free Trap-Neuter-Return Workshops

Join us for our free workshops for information on how to help stray and feral cats in your community. See Alley Cat Allies (Baltimore) for more information.