This program is aimed at capturing and neutering/spaying feral cats in order to curb their overpopulation. The SPCA is working in collaboration with volunteers to reduce the number of euthanasia cases through this community-based approach.
Residents who are interested in participating must submit an application for a permit through their borough. The permit allows participants to capture feral cats in order to spay or neuter and vaccinate them. Participants can then feed the cats after they are returned to their living environments and provide them with a warm and dry place to find shelter.
The TNRM permit is free of charge and valid throughout Montréal for one year. Permit holders must have the permit in their possession when performing activities connected to the program.
A permit will not be granted to anyone found guilty of an infraction under the Animal Welfare and Safety Act or an infraction under the Criminal Code.
Go to a point of service in your borough.
If you are a tenant, you must provide a power of attorney form (in French) from your landlord.
If you are the owner of a condominium or a member of a housing cooperative, you must provide a power of attorney form (in French) from the board of directors of the condominium or housing cooperative.