As resources permit, Hilltop assists in trap, neuter, return (TNR) of feral and homeless cats, a proven method of humane management. After being neutered or spayed and vaccinated, these cats may be returned to the place where they were trapped and caretakers are recruited to feed and watch out for them. Homes are sought for friendly cats and kittens that are appropriate for adoption.
Hilltop maintains a shelter in the former Keese home at the top of a hill in Randolph where 50 or more cats are provided with food, medical treatment, a safe place to live, and the loving care of our group of dedicated volunteers. Foster homes nurture cats and kittens that need extra care and attention until they can be adopted into "forever" homes.
We educate the public about how vital it is to neuter and spay their household pets and encourage responsible pet ownership. In addition, we stress that pets are a lifetime commitment, both emotionally and financially.
As a private, 501(c)3 non-profit, Hilltop Humane Society, Inc. is completely reliant on grants and donations from compassionate private citizens who want to help us continue our important mission. We receive no government funding and no one is paid for their work.