We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, dedicated to supporting animal welfare. We emphasize low-cost spay and neuter programs and information programs to try and reduce the companion animal overpopulation so thousands of adoptable pets are not euthanized each year. We assist in trap, neuter, and release for improving welfare in feral cat communities. Our cats we list for adoption are from high-risk situations. They are abandoned, injured, or kittens born to abandoned cats.
If you are interested in fostering one of our pets, please contact us. If you have a farm and need barn cats and can commit to caring for your ferals, please contact us. We can use your help.
Adopting a friend
Before being listed for adoption, all of our cats have been:
Spayed or Neutered
Tested for Feline Leukemia
Tested for Feline Aids
Vaccinated (kittens will not have Rabies vaccine due to age)
Treated for Parasites
Flea treated (if needed)
Fostered so behaviors can to observed