Are Community Cats owned by someone?

Community Cats are not owned by any person or organization. Also, Community Cats are neither owned by the City, nor a liability of the City. City ordinance allows residents to trap Community Cats, have them spayed or neutered, and then release them to where they were found. The approach is commonly known as trap-neuter-return, or TNR. Community Cats are sometimes provided continuing care by public volunteers.

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1. What is a "Community Cat?"
2. Are Community Cats owned by someone?
3. Why are the ears of Community Cats tipped?
4. Can I allow my pet cat to roam?
5. What can I do about nuisance cats?
6. How can I get involved with helping Community Cats?