Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the only humane and effective method to control the feral cat population. TNR involves helping caregivers, the people who feed and care for feral cats, by trapping the cats in a colony, spaying and neutering them, vaccinating them against rabies then returning them to their trapping location, which is their home. Once spayed/neutered, feral cats become healthier and happier and nuisance behaviors (such as fighting, yowling, roaming, spraying) greatly decrease. Since 2009, Friends of Felines Kansas has spayed and neutered well over 6,000 feral cats in the Wichita, Kansas, USA area. We ask our caregivers to cover the cost of the surgery but many cannot. We do not deny our services to those who cannot pay. In addition, we have operating expenses and occasionally provide extended medical care to ill/injured feral cats. We are an all volunteer organization working solely on donations and a few grants.