FAQ’s

What does the BOPCCP do?
The BOPCCP is a collaboration of related animal and conservation agencies dedicated to reducing the suffering and overpopulation of unowned, abandoned cats through free, humane Trap-Neuter-Adopt strategies. We believe it is our responsibility, as a community, to care for cats that have been forced, through human abandonment or failure to spay and neuter, to live outdoors.
Can unowned cats be socialised and adopted into homes?
Does the BOPCCP foster unowned kittens for adoption?
Is the BOPCCP a shelter for unowned cats?
What will happen to the cats trapped?
How many are likely to be euthanased and why?
Will some cats be adopted or will all the remaining cats be released back into their original environment?
What is ear tipping?
What is a corporate owner of a colony?
Are donations to the BOPCCP tax-deductible?
How do I become a BOPCCP volunteer?
How old do kittens have to be to undergo spay/neuter surgery?
I know of one or more unowned cats that need to be spayed or neutered. How do I get in touch?