The ever-increasing stray population of Bahrain can be partially controlled if residents and residential compound owners alike take the initiative. Within these urban spaces it is possible to keep the number of strays under control and monitor their wellbeing.
TNRM is the only humane way to handle the stray population in Bahrain as the current alternative is to hire pest control companies to exterminate them. This practice, which is mostly carried secretly in the middle of the night, is not only cruel but also expensive and ineffective.
Rescat encourages the compassionate treatment of strays by assisting tenants and owners with trapping, transporting, sterilizing and returning the cats to their familiar places.
Rescat is a registered cat rescue charity in the Kingdom of Bahrain founded in October 2019 as a project of the Cat Society of Bahrain and Pet Animals (CR 137/G/T.A.KH). Its main goals are to facilitate the Rehab & Rehoming of abandoned and abused cats, to boost cat welfare in the Kingdom through Education & Awareness, and to help control the stray population with Trap, Sterilize, Return and Monitor (TSRM) projects.