TNR Training and Events



Warren: Second Sunday of every month.  See schedule.

Next: Sunday, October 9, 2016; 11:30 am to 2:00 pm


All About Animals Rescue in Warren
23451 Pinewood Street, Warren, MI 48091


Because it works. Learn best practices and gain access to the benefits of our TNR program, which includes discount feral cat and or community cat spay/neuter, trap loans and networking.  After taking the class, TNR is just $25 per kitty and includes sterilization, mandatory ear tip and a rabies vaccine.

How do I register?

Please send us an email at and let us know your name, phone number and address. Please reference the TNR class in your email. Registration is not necessary, but appreciated.

Class Fee:

$10 fee covers class supplies and a take home TNR handbook. Groups are welcome to share a book. Pay at the door.

Who should attend?

Anyone interested in learning how to help free roaming cats and those who would like to gain access to the benefits of our TNR program. We will cover how to trap, the tricks and tips of trapping, how to manage a colony, the proper nutrition and medical care needed, and be available to answer your questions. Download and share a flyer.




What?Styrofoam Shelter

Styrofoam shelter building workshop for feral/community cats. Supplies are limited and there may only be enough for 1 shelter per attendee. Shelters fit from 1 to 5 cats depending on configuration. Let us know how many you’re trying to shelter when you arrive!




Saturday, October 9; 11:30 am to 3:00 pm

Saturday, October 15; 11:30 am to 3:00 pm


All About Animals Rescue in Warren
23451 Pinewood Street, Warren, MI 48091


Winters can lead to frost bite and death for community cats who don’t have proper shelter.

How do I register?

Registration is not necessary, but appreciated. To register; please email and let us know your name, phone number and address. Please reference the Shelter Building workshop in your email.

Shelter Workshop Fee:

Building to leave at All About Animals Rescue? All supplies are provided.

Building to bring with you? Donations are appreciated. Should you not be able to bring a roll of aluminum foil backed Nashua tape (available at Home Depot); rolls will be available for $10.

Please note that supplies to build a complete shelter are limited to what we have on hand.



What and When?

Celebrate National Feral Cat Day with us on Saturday, October 15, 2016 by getting community cats fixed for just $10 each.


All About Animals Rescue: 23451 Pinewood St., Warren, MI 48091


All cats will be eartipped. Cats 12 weeks and older will be vaccinated for rabies. Other wellness care like distemper vaccines, parasite control, blood work and microchipping available at an additional cost. Ask us!

Surgery appointments are required. To make an appointment please call 586-879-1745. All messages are returned within 24 hours Monday through Saturday. Or request an appointment online here:

All cats must come in live traps. One cat per trap. Cats weighing 2 lbs or more who are at least 8 weeks or older can be sterilized. Check in is 8 am in the morning. All cats will stay the night at the clinic and should be picked up from the Warren clinic at 8:30 am the next morning.

A limited number of traps are available for loan at the clinic and can be borrowed for up to 2 weeks. If you have access to traps from other sources, please use them.

Up to 10 cats per group. If you need more than 10 appointments, pre-approval to make an appointment is required. Call us at 586-879-1745.

If you see outdoor cats or are feeding them, please don’t wait for a litter of kittens to show up before you take action. Get them fixed now.

In memory of Linda Miller, a community cat caretaker and genuinely wonderful human being, this $10 TNR package is able to be offered to more than 100 cats on Saturday.



If you are willing to help, please contact with your contact information and what areas you are willing to volunteer in. We need help in the following areas:

•Transport of the cats before and after surgery is desperately needed.


•Building winterized shelters for outside cats

•Mentoring others

•Recovery – keeping the cats for a few days while they recover

•Cutting up blankets and sewing them to make trap covers

•Rotating days with a care taker to feed a colony


Don’t have time? Donate! See our TNR Wish List!


Contact us about TNR by emailing us at