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Pittsburgh C.A.T.

Pittsburgh, PA

Our Mission

Pittsburgh C.A.T. is the sister organization of Pittsburgh's Homeless Cat Management Team.

The Homeless Cat Management Team (HCMT) is a spay and neuter organization in the Pittsburgh region. The mission is to lead the way in ending the overpopulation of companion animals in our region by providing high-volume, high-quality, low-cost sterilization. We also assist and support community cat caretakers with trapping, transportation, cat food and shelter and veterinary care.

As part of our TNR process and mission to end feline overpopulation and reduce populations of cats living outdoors, we also assess at our clinic all kittens and friendly cats trapped/captured during TNR processes for adoptability and socialization. After spay/neuter and age-appropriate vaccines we offer them for adoption through our network of volunteer foster homes called Pittsburgh C.A.T.

The mission of Pittsburgh C.A.T. is to place friendly, adoptable cats who were abandoned, born outside, or neglected into loving forever homes.

Adoption Policy

Because all of our cats are in foster homes, we put the application process up front. To apply to adopt, you can fill out an application here:

Our fosters pay for many of the costs of fostering out of their own pockets. If you would like to contribute toward the expense of our fosters care, you can do so through Paypal or Venmo:
Venmo: @hcmt_207

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