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Location of the cats (if different from your address).
Approximately how many cats are in the colony?
What are the approximate ages of the cats/kittens?
Are any of the cats in your colony friendly and able to be handled? If so, how many and what ages?
Are any of these cats already spayed/neutered? (Do any have their ears tipped?)
Do you have a colony caretaker license through the Nebraska Humane Society?
If you answered "no" or "I don't know what that is" to the above question, a colony caretaker license requires you to feed, water, and provide shelter for feral cats on your property. Through the Nebraska Humane Society, you can fill out an application, have a representative come inspect your property, pay $25 and you can bring in all of your colony cats to be altered, rabies vaccinated, and ear tipped for up to two (2) years. Is that something you would be willing/interested in doing?
Are the cats on your property able to return after being spayed/neutered?
If you answered "no" to the last question, why not?
Please briefly explain your feral cat situation below, what you need help with, and why.
What is the best time to call you?
What are your pronouns?
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