AHS Expanding Its Efforts to Help Feral Cats through TNR Programs
Help support programs to provide safety and shelter to local feral cat populations.
Associated Humane Societies is proud to announce and welcome Brian Becker as the organizationís TNR Program Coordinator. Brian will be responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing TNR programs in our Tinton Falls and Newark branches. Brian will also be responsible for educating the public on feral cats and how the public can assist as the Associated Humane Societies begins to implement our program of trapping, neutering, and releasing feral cats safely back into the communities that we serve.
Pictured at right, TNR Program Coordinator Brian Becker with AHS Tinton Falls Manager, Veronica Ehrenspeck.
We are very excited to launch this program in our Tinton Falls and Newark locations, as we have already seen great success in our Ocean County branch, thanks to Animal Control Officer, Maria Cymanski. Thanks to Maria's efforts and the efforts of our veterinary staff and the communities that we service, hundreds of feral cats have been successfully released back into their environments and are vetted and cared for. We look forward to the same success in the towns serviced by our AHS Newark and Tinton Falls branches.
Smokey is a feral cat who resides at AHS Popcorn Park, all set up with his own feral cat house.
Please help fund this new venture by making a donation today or you can text CATS to 501501 to make a $10.00 donation. Your support will provide life-saving veterinary and ongoing care to feral cats who have nowhere else to turn.
Read more about a local Tinton Falls effort.