"Veterinarians play a critical role in the humane care of feral cats. By performing the medical portion of Trap-Neuter-Return, you help to improve the catsí lives. Although feral cats are the same species as the cats who regularly come into your practice, feral cats require a special veterinary approach that takes into account their unique needs and the fact that they are unsocialized to humans. For Trap-Neuter-Return to be successful, veterinarians must be educated about, and comfortable with, the specific methods and procedures necessary to provide appropriate care for feral cats."
~ Alley Cat Allies
Below are resources which will help veterinary professionals learn more about protocols designed specifically for treating feral cats.
Alley Cat Allies has a comprehensive guide to feral cat veterinary care, which contains complete and detailed protocols for veterinary care of feral cats intended for veterinary care professionals.
Alley Cat Allies' Feral Friends network: Locate a veterinarian or clinic in your area experienced with handling and treating feral cats.
Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project - (A Petsmart Charities national mentoring organization), offers resources for operating a feral cat clinic and specific veterinary protocals for treating feral cats.