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Our TNR Story​

YearGoalCompleted
2014131
20151

289

20161520
2017600693
2018800667*

Total cats & kittens helped YTD*

2200*

*year-to-date

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Catsnip Etc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3)  organization supported by volunteers, grants, and donations. 

Catsnip Etc. is a small non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving Elkhart County (Indiana, USA) and the surrounding local area. Our mission is to humanely reduce and stabilize the free-roaming cat population through TNR (trap, neuter, return), education, humane trapping, and spay/neuter transportation assistance.

Catsnip Etc.

Phone

574.202.1996

Email

contact@catsnipetc.org

Address

Catsnip Etc.

PO Box 1061

Goshen IN 46527

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Viewpoint: Help is available in Michiana for feral felines

March 24, 2018


The Animal Welfare Coalition of Michiana was started five years ago by a group of animal care charities. Its aim is to help local organizations join forces on shared goals. The AWC’s message in 2018 is a simple one: Spay or neuter your pet!... read more


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​Catsnip Etc. Working To Address Community Cats

March 2, 2017


WARSAW — The number of community cat colonies in Kosciusko County has exploded. The situation got to the point were Darla McCammon, executive director of the Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County, called in some serious help, Catsnip Etc. an Elkhart County based non-profit that focuses on trap, neuter, return of community cats.​ Read more



​HELPING HANDS: Goshen nonprofit neuters, cares for feral cats

January 19, 2017


Free-roaming cats in Goshen and surrounding areas are being championed one at a time by Catsnip Etc., a nonprofit organization in Goshen dedicated to reducing the feral cat population through trapping, neutering and returning the cats to the outdoors. The process is ... Read more


Humane Society purrs over move to new shelter

May 20, 2018


BRISTOL — The Humane Society of Elkhart County had plenty to celebrate during its annual meeting at the Lerner Theater Conference Center in Elkhart. "This was an especially celebratory meeting as we reviewed the accomplishments of 2017,” said Anne Reel, executive director of the Humane Society. Read more.

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