We have a team of wonderful cat lovers who feed the cats. One new person will take the TNR course. Another community person said she took the course and got one cat “Tigris” TNR’d. over a month ago….ear clipped. As of late I haven’t heard of any time frame for the near future of more TNR. Several of us went to try to get the kittens, and only one could be caught, which I adopted. We find trappers are easier to obtain, but boarders are not so available. One woman awhile ago obtained shelters. Many people voice opinions on what should be done, but it takes action…we each could do something. Three of the cats I did TNR with have ears clipped. One cat was attacked by an animal in the park and we rescued it, but she died at the vets office. I got two kittens adopted, and as I said I adopted one. There are four kittens who are tame in the park, always close to their mom (the white cat) but they won’t be tame for much longer. One cat Sammy “Scrimshaw” ( black and white) had to go to the vet twice to be proven healthy and we had tried to get him adopted, so he is the only one of 8 cats I worked with who has no ear clipping. Yes, they need ears clipped for I.D. We also clean up empty food containers so the parks people , or community people won’t complain about the cats. We need to keep them safe. G-d bless the team of cat caregivers I’ve found.