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 501 (c) 3 non-profit TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) of feral cats in Allegany County, NY. The feral and homeless cat population is out of control. We are trying to reduce it in our area so they don’t end up in animal shelters or sick and injured due to lack of proper care.

Annual number of cats Trapped, Neutered and Returned to the same area where they were trapped:

2016: 246

2017: 142 (as of May 22)

Live release rate:

2016: 245 cats, 99.59%

2017: 141 (as of May 22) , 99.29%

Based on calculatorsoup.com formula.

How to find what percent of X is Y. Use the percentage formula: Y/X = P%

Example: What percent of 60 is 12?

  • Convert the problem to an equation using the percentage formula: Y/X = P%
  • X is 60, Y is 12, so the equation is 12/60 = P%
  • Do the math: 12/60 = 0.20
  • Important! The result will always be in decimal form, not percentage form. You need to multiply the result by 100 to get the percentage.
  • Converting 0.20 to a percent: 0.20 * 100 = 20%
  • So 20% of 60 is 12.
  • Double check your answer with the original question: What percent of 60 is 12? 12/60 = .020, and multiplying by 100 to get percentage, 0.20 * 100 = 20%
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  1. I have been waiting all summer to get in. When I call they tell me to go on-line,but I have or had a liaison but she hasn’t around for a couple of weeks as she is preparing for college, and I get that. But I had a date to get the cats fixed and it was cancelled at the last minute, now I’m afraid she might be pregnant. Can I Please get in! I am also sending my application in via mail as of today.

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    • Hi Sharon,
      What town are you in? When we receive applications we put them on a waiting list. Our list is currently 500 plus cats so you can imagine how long it takes to get through that list. We will certainly put you on our list when we get the application, but if you are concerned she is pregnant and want her fixed right away, you might want to seek out other options than us.

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