Usually when people think about nuisance animals, a cat isnâ€™t necessarily the first critter that comes to mind. In my role as an animal control professional, however, I get a surprising number of calls from people asking for help dealing with a rogue cat that is digging up their garden, rooting through their trash or just plain wreaking havoc on their property.
I always recommend using an electronic cat repellent to scare off cats and deter them from entering your property. However some folks who are interested in controlling the feral cat population will choose to trap a cat with a live cage trap and bring it to a local vet to get neutered or spayed. But trapping a cat is not always easy; for people who participate in Trap Neuter Returns programs like this, I would like to share some tips on how to trap a cat like a … Read More