Welcome to Tapa Cat Rescue! … We are a registered society dedicated to helping stray and feral cats and promoting TNR (Trap Neuter Return) as a humane solution in dealing with the overpopulation of cats. Read through our pages to learn more about Tapa and what we are doing in the community.
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Angela Miller, President and Founder
Our Mission Statement
TAPA advocates for the humane treatment of feral and stray cats, and promotes TNR (Trap Neuter Return), a humane solution to the overpopulation of cats in HRM. Our goal is to rescue colony kittens and provide them with medical care, and then place them for adoption. Adult cats that are not suitable for adoption are humanely live trapped, spayed, neutered, leukemia tested, vaccinated, ear notched for identification and then returned to their colony.
Our commitment to TNR (Trap Neuter Return) in HRM spans 20+ years. First and foremost, the cats we commit to helping are our first priority. The homes we entrust our rescues to must meet criteria which will ensure the kittens or cats are provided the best care possible and are in agreement to a life commitment of caring for this responsibility. We act with integrity in dealing with our rescues and are ambassadors for the feral cats who are often forgotten or overlooked in our society.
What have we done?
Since August of 2007 TAPA has helped more than 700 kittens and cats who were living outdoors.