Live Cat Traps

As cat populations increase, many cats don’t have a place to call home. Unfortunately, this may mean they are running rampant through your yard and your neighborhood. By using live traps for cats, you can provide humane assistance by trapping, neutering, and returning these feral felines to prevent population growth.

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    Havahart® Feral Cat Trap Rescue Kit - 2 Pack



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    • All-in-one cat trapping kit contains everything you need to trap stray and feral cats
    • Ideal for Trap, Neuter, Return programs
    • Solid door & handle guard protect from contact with the cat
    • Constructed with smooth, rolled edges on the inside of the trap to protect the cat from injury
    • Trap is collapsible for easy, space-saving storage
    • Proudly made in the USA
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Cat Traps

Learn About Feral Cat Assistance with These Resources:

Humane feral cat traps are frequently used by humane groups to help with feral cat issues. We offer a variety of humane cat traps that will help you to trap, neuter, and return felines. Our cat trap products are designed for experienced and novice trappers alike. Discover more about feral cat programs and learn how to trap the ones roaming in your neighborhood with these helpful resources.

  • How to Trap Feral Cats — Not sure where to start? This convenient step-by-step guide will walk you through the basics of preparing your trap, as well as provide advice on what to do once you make a catch.
  • Feral Cat Trapping Tips — Check out these useful tips from our experts to learn how to set your trap to achieve effective results every time, while keeping yourself and the animal safe.
  • Benefits of Trap, Neuter, Return — Many animal rescue groups use live cat traps in their trap, neuter, and return (TNR) programs. Learn how you can help your local programs with this informative article.
  • Facts About Feral Cats — – Do you want to understand more about the fluffy feline invaders around your neighborhood? Our Feral Cat Facts page will help you decipher their habits.
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