The Garden City Community Cats Project is being organized to share the responsibility for the city’s feral cats beyond the few caregivers who have taken on the overwhelming tasks of Trap Neuter and Return (TNR). We believe in TNR as a way to show compassion to our cat community while respecting neighbors who just want to see an end to the feral population growing. It is a process that has been proven to work. Even the Humane Society is finding it superior over euthanasia. The Garden City feral cat population is out of control. Though we have always had a caring few who maintain their own colonies, this is a low-income area, and caregivers are using the little money they have to pay for spay and neutering surgeries, fostering, intake fees for adoptable kittens and cats, along with medical care and food. These efforts of a few are not sustainable. Cats are multiplying faster than they are being trapped.