In response to citizen feedback and input from the Animal Advisory Board, the League City Animal Shelter’s Trap-Neuter-Return Program (TNR), also known as the Community Cat Program, is being evaluated by a third party—American Pets Alive!, also known as AmPA! The evaluation will incorporate the feedback of City staff, the League City Animal Advisory Board, and the public.
Members of the public are encouraged to visit www.leaguecitylistens.com/cats to share their feedback and comments through a variety of tools that are available 24/7 including a survey, question board, and comment section.
Upon completion of the assessment, the results will be presented to the Animal Advisory Board, followed by a Council Workshop to summarize the outcome and suggestions as to how to move forward. The entire process is expected to take three to four months. During this time, the Community Cat Program will be placed on hold.
In the video below, AmPA! representative Mara Hartsell talks about what she will be looking for during her assessment of League City's program.