Burlington County Feral Cat Initiative is a non profit public-private animal control program. Our goals are to help protect public health, reduce shelter costs are work toward a solution to the feral & stray cat overpopulation crisis through the method of TNR (trap, neuter, return). We offer workshops and training to caregivers, provide the necessary equipment, knowledge and support needed to successfully implement our program. There are an estimated 90,000 feral cats in Burlington County, NJ and with domestic cats being the most popular pet in the US, it is a nationwide problem. BCCI is working with various renowned animal welfare groups, such as The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to name one, toward a common goal of making the BCCI program a nationwide model. In addition, BCCI will also be one of the features in an upcoming documentary that HSUS will be distributing nationwide for training purposes.