Our Mission:
IndyFeral seeks to reduce the stray and feral cat overpopulation through the non-lethal method of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), not trap and kill.
How to Help Community Cats

Need help getting community cats fixed in your area? These groups can help you in the following Central Indiana counties.

If you live outside of these counties we can give you a referral source. Call (317) 638-3223

SNSI - (Spay Neuter Services of Indiana) can provide additional statewide resources

If you find a cat, always report it at Indy Lost Pet Alert. Regardless of how the cat acts, someone might be looking for it.

An overview of the Trap-Neuter-Return process.

Did You Know

Trapping Basics

Hard to Catch Cats

For cats that are trap savvy, hard to catch or you you need to catch a specific cat out of a group - we suggest using a drop trap. The drop trap falls down over a cat, eliminating the need for kitty to step into a narrow opening. Since the cat's natural wariness about moving into a confined space isn't triggered, drop traps are highly effective.

Watch the videos below and read Neighborhood Cats' "Hard to Catch Cats" page for detailed techniques.

How to use a drop trap

How to build a drop trap

Where to Purchase Traps

SafeGuard: Wildlife Control Supplies
(860) 844-0101
Recommended trap: Raccoon Trap NWS52830
Comes with a "guillotine"-style back door, dimensions: 30" x 11" x 12"

To easily locate this model on their website, type the model number, NWS52830, into their site search.