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« on: November 28, 2009, 05:35:43 PM »

Tip for finding programs in your area quickly:

Use the search box on the upper right to spell out the name of your state.  The search function will bring up all posts in this thread which have information in them for your state.

Whether you are giving or receiving, please be aware of the following recent pet food/treats recalls:

Diamond Pet Foods Announces Recall of Premium Edge Adult Cat and Premium Edge Hairball Cat Food

Premium Edge Finicky Adult Cat and Premium Edge Hairball cat

FDA Alerts Pet Owners to Voluntary Recall of Premium Edge Cat Food

Nutro Products Announces Voluntary Recall of Limited Range of Dry Cat Food Products

California-Contra Costa County-

Tony LaRussa's ARF (Animal Rescue Foundation)
Phone numbers and email:
National information line: 800.567.1ARF

Fax 925.977.9079

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 30215
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

ARF's FoodShare program, which was formally instituted at ARF in 2002, provides dry cat and dog food and cat litter, generously donated by Safeway Inc., to low income residents and responsible feral guardians of Contra Costa County, California who have spayed and neutered their animals.

ARF also provides spay/neuter support for FoodShare participants. Individuals who qualify for ARF’s FoodShare program should call 925.256.1273, extension 463.

Guardian and pet/s must reside in Contra Costa County, California
Pets must be spayed and/or neutered (certificate required)
Proof of household income and photograph identification[/b]


Humane Society of Western Montana
5930 Highway 93 South
Missoula, MT 59804
Phone: 406.549.3934  :  406.549.HSWM

Pet Food Bank

HSWM continues to help those who need pet food assistance or who take care of feral cat colonies. We also have collars, leashes, dog bowls, dog treats and canned cat food available. So if you've run into tough financial times, email, call (549.HSWM) or stop by the shelter and we'd be happy to help out.


We have donated over 10,000 pounds of pet food and supplies to individual families and feral cat colony caregivers in the past two years and continue to help people in Missoula and surrounding communities.

Call 549-HSWM or email the Program Manager to inquire about pet food availability or stop by the shelter to pick up food. 

Oregon-Newport-Lincoln County-

Central Coast Humane Society
P.O. Box 71
Newport, Oregon 97365

Pet Food Program

People can pick up free food from LCAS in Newport at 510 NE Harney St. 541-265-6610. This is especially helpful for people feeding stray or feral cats.


Helotes Humane Society
P.O. Box 908
Helotes, TX 78023
Phone: 210-422-6242

Email address:
Pet Food Bank
Phone: 210-591-0293


What We Do
Keeping pets in their homes is our number one goal. To accomplish this, we provide temporary food assistance for pets whose owners might otherwise be forced to surrender them to a shelter. We help the homeless and financially disadvantaged pet owners keep and maintain their beloved companions, which is essential to a person's well being.

When supplies allow, we also provide assistance to cat/dog rescues, feral cat colony caretakers and neighborhood associations dedicated to the care and feeding of abandoned animals. The Pet Food bank Location:

16060 - 1 Bandera Road
Helotes, TX 78023
Contact us: 210-591-0293


Pet Food Distributions
We distribute food twice a month. Please contact us for dates and times.

Family application link.

Organization/shelter link.

Texas-Austin-Travis County-

Pet Food Bank of Austin and Travis County
(512) 288-4480              

Call or e-mail for information.

Donation Drop off locations:

Donation barrel locations:

Bark 'n Purr -- 4604 Burnet Rd  

SouthPaws PlaySchool - 2324B South Lamar, near Bluebonnet 440-7529

Taurus Training and Doggy Play Day

Taurus McNeil - 6917 McNeil Dr., just off Hwy 183 - 258-5588

Taurus Metric - 12419 Metric, just south of Parmer - 832-1012

Taurus Lamar - 715 S. Lamar Blvd, near Barton Springs Rd. - 442-3416

The Pet Food Bank includes a Feral Cat Food Bank--you will need to contact the Pet Food Bank at the phone numbers or e-mail address above for more information on it.


Humane Society of Moab Valley  
PO Box 1188
Moab, UT 84532  

Feral/Stray Cats Program

Moab's Feral Cat Program can be used for stray cats as well! But, we need your help!

We need volunteers:
• to help trap cats and take them to the vet for spay/neuter
• to pick them up and keep them overnight during recovery
• to caretake a colony
• to deliver food to caretakers

We also need:
• cat food donations or money to buy food for the cat colonies
• money to help sponsor the feral cat spay/neuter program
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Washington-Spokane area-

SpokAnimal CARE
710 N. Napa
Spokane, WA 99202

Feral Cat spay/neuter program when funds are available:

Details on page 12 of their newsletter.

North Carolina-Warren County-

Rags To Riches Cat Rescue
432 Eaton Avenue
Warrenton, NC 27589

Rags to Riches Cat Rescue Provides:

Cat rescue,

Adoption for cats and dogs

Spay/neuter programs

TNR (trap-neuter-return) for feral cats

Assistance is also given to other animals on an as needed basis.


NOAH-Northwest Organization for Animal Help
31300 Brandstrom Road
Stanwood, WA 98292
(360) 629-7055

Everyday, N.O.A.H. offers FREE spay/neuter for feral cats. As part of the national marking system, the tip of one of the feral cats' ears will be removed to identify the cat as already altered.  

N.O.A.H. has humane cat traps available on loan ($50 refundable cash deposit required) for transporting the cats to and from N.O.A.H..  Please call us at (360) 629-7055 for complete information.

Wisconsin-Milwaukee-Milwaukee and Ozaukee Counties-

Wisconsin Humane Society
4500 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53208-3156
414-ANIMALS (414-264-6257)

To help feral cats in our area, the Wisconsin Humane Society works with caregivers in the community to humanely trap feral cats and bring them to WHS for medical examination, temperament testing, vaccinations, microchipping and sterilization surgery. Adult feral cats that are healthy and don't have FIV or Feline Leukemia are returned to the caregivers and restored to their territory. Cats that appear to be sociable will be considered adoption candidates and will not be released as feral under the supervision of a caregiver.  

If you would like additional information about the Wisconsin Humane Society's Community Cat Caregiver Program email WHS or call (414) 431-6228.

Virginia-Charlottesville area-

Voices for Animals
PO Box 4466
Charlottesville, VA 22905

Our free feral cat spay/neuter clinics are held at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA and run completely by volunteer veterinarians and animal lovers in our community. Clinics are offered periodically throughout the year. Clinic spaces fill up quickly, and reservations are required.

Confirmed 2009/2010 Clinic Dates

December 12 January 9 January 30 February 13 February 27Clinic Time Table
Intake: 7:30am-9am
Pick up: 3pm-4:30pm

Clinic Location
Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA
3355 Berkmar Drive, Charlottesville

To make a clinic reservation, please call 434-979-1200 or email Reservations are required.

Clinics are equipped to handle up to 100 cats, but these spaces fill up quickly. If you fail to get a reservation, please check out our spay/neuter certificate program.

In addition to our scheduled spay/neuter clinics, which are held seven times a year, Voices for Animals operates an ongoing subsidized spay/neuter certificate program for feral cats with the generosity and participation of local vet clinics.

Feral cat caretakers in our service area can purchase certificates for $25 per cat (or $10 per cat in cases of financial hardship or when large numbers of cats are involved).

Spay/neuter certificates are issued during our trap loan/return and training sessions. Click link below for a list of upcoming dates.

Each certificate covers spay/neuter surgery and routine vaccinations (rabies and distemper) for one feral cat at a participating veterinary clinic.

Individuals who haven't trapped with us before must first attend a training session to purchase certificates and borrow traps.
Please call 434-979-1200 or email for more information.


Bedford Humane Society
PO Box 1293
Bedford, VA 24523
(540) 586-6100

The Bedford Humane Society provides low cost spay/neuter services for area residents by hosting transports from the  South Central Spay Neuter Clinic (located in Evington) and the Angels of Assisi Mobile Spay Neuter shuttle (headquartered in Roanoke).  Through grants and other funding, we subsidize the cost of spay/neuter surgeries for the pets of income-qualifying Bedford County/City residents.     EVENTS MEET IN THE PARKING LOT OF THE BEDFORD TRACTOR SUPPLY, NEXT TO BEDFORD WALMART.    

In cooperation with Bedford County government, we also provide subsidized spay/neuter pricing for animals adopted from the Bedford County Animal Shelter.  Occasionally, spay/neuter events are held at the shelter on Falling Creek Road, next to the Sheriff's Dept.  

You must make an appointment by completing the Spay/Neuter Appointment Application (below).  Please mail the completed application, supporting paperwork for income eligibility, and your payment to the address shown on the application.  The Bedford Humane Society Spay/Neuter Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible after receiving your application to schedule your appointment, review the process with you and answer any questions you may have.

Application page 1

Application page 2

Feral (Wild) cat resources:
Like many people, you may be concerned about wild cats, also known as 'ferals', in your neighborhood.  Are they breeding and adding to the pet overpopulation crisis?  We loan traps for the purpose of humanely capturing these cats so that they can be spay/neutered and returned to their outdoor homes.  Feral cats can be brought to our transports without an appointment.


Angels of Assisi
415 Campbell Avenue SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
(540) 344-8707

Spay and Neuter
Angels of Assisi Spay and Neuter Clinics are open Monday through Thursday by appointment.
We offer low cost spay and neuter for dogs and cats. Ask us about our special for female cats on Monday and male cats on Tuesdays!

Wellness Clinic
The wellness clinic offers low cost vaccinations, rabies shots, heartworm prevention, and flea/tick prevention.
Please call 540-344-8707 for an appointment today!

Virginia-Richmond-Greater Richmond-Hanover, Henrico, Chesterfield, Goochland Counties-

Richmond SPCA
Robins-Starr Humane Center
2519 Hermitage Road
Richmond, VA 23220

Spay and Neuter Clinic

Low cost spay/neuter, vaccination and meds-low income program--appointment is needed:

Services in our clinic are currently open to residents of the City of Richmond and Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico and Goochland Counties.

Residents of these localities who meet any of the following qualifications may receive their pet's surgery at no charge (in some cases will include rabies vaccination and transportation if needed):

on government assistance,
annual income of less than $30,000,
full-time college students,
owners of pit bulls (and strong pit bull mixes),
owners of Rottweilers,
feral cat caregivers.

Feral Cat Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)

To prevent feral (unsocialized) cat colonies from continuing to multiply, the Richmond SPCA offers free spay/neuter surgeries and rabies shots for feral cats. Caregivers should call 804-521-1300 to make an appointment.

We rent humane cat traps for this purpose. Please let us know that you need a trap(s) when you make your appointment with our clinic. There is a $50 deposit to be paid at the time of rental, which is returned to you when the trap is returned in working order, within 3 months of the trap rental. Trap reservations are required as we have a limited supply available.

The Richmond SPCA offers a 3-year rabies booster vaccine for feral cats who have already been ear tipped (indicating spay/neuter). Feral caretakers residing within our service area may bring a trapped, ear tipped cat to our clinic between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, to receive the booster. Calling (804) 521-1320 in advance of your arrival is appreciated.

Virginia-Farquier County-

Fauquier SPCA, Inc.
P.O. Box 733
Warrenton, VA 20188
Located at: 9350 Rogues Road (Rt. 602)
Casanova, VA
540.788.4793 (fax)

Feral Cat Program
If you, or someone you know, is taking care of a feral cat colony in Fauquier County and would like assistance to have these cats spayed or neutered,please call Caroline Folker at 540 788-9000 or email

Low cost spay and neuter program.

Virginia-Goochland County-

For the Love of Animals in Goochland
P.O. Box 115
Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 23103
Phone: 804-342-6975
Fax: 804-784-2734



PetFix Coalition - Conducts a no-cost spay/neuter clinic on the first Wednesday of each month for feral and stray cats and dogs; the clinic is held at the Richmond SPCA.  Cats seen at the clinic are sterilized and receive a rabies vaccination.  Additional vaccinations can be obtained but there is a fee.  Each cat has its left ear permanently cropped to identify it as an altered cat.  Reservations are required. For more information: or call 739-7868.  PetFix also alters pets at a low-cost.

Prevent A Litter – Conducts a low-cost clinic for pets and ferals.  Spays/neuters and vaccinations are at a lower cost (starting at $25 for a neuter). Reservations are required.  For more information go to or call 359-6369.

Virginia-Harrisonburg-Augusta, Page, Rockingham, Shenandoah Counties-

Cat’s Cradle
P.O. Box 2128
Harrisonburg, VA  22801
124 S Main St, Harrisonburg
(540) 433-1135

Cat’s Cradle seeks to ensure and maintain a safe, compassionate community for cats and dogs in Shenandoah Valley. We emphasize aggressive spay/neuter of owned animals and TNR (trap/neuter/return) of feral cats. We invite you to join us in this life-saving work.

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
The Shenandoah Valley Spay Neuter Clinic offers high quality low cost surgery for cats and dogs. Located in Harrisonburg, VA, the Clinic does not have income requirements. Click above or call: 540 437-1980 for more information.

Low-income Assistance Cats & Dogs
If you cannot afford the Clinic’s prices, and you live in Augusta, Page, Rockingham, or Shenandoah Counties in VA, please contact us for help.

TNR (Trap/Neuter Return)
If you are feeding strays you can’t catch, we can help you trap them for spay/neuter and vaccination. Fees depend on ability to pay. This service is available if you are willing to continue caring for these un-tamed cats. Contact us before they start multiplying!

Transportation & Other Help
If you need help with carriers, traps, transport to the Clinic, or other spay/neuter needs, contact us. Our motto is: “Get it done!”

Texas-San Antonio area-

Appointment required for spay/neuter.

Clinic Hours:
SPAY-NEUTER SURGERY: Tuesday through Saturday - By appoinment only.
WELLNESS: Tuesdays & Thursdays - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  No appointment necessary.

The San Antonio Surgery and Wellness Clinic will begin providing wellness services on Tuesdays as well as Thursdays beginning on Tuesday, August 4, 2009. No appointment is required for wellness services.

Feral Cats:
No appointment is necessary.  Please bring the feral cat in a humane trap. All feral cats will have the tip of their left ear removed while under anesthesia for surgery. This is an indication that a feral cat has been spayed or neutered.

Texas-Kaufman County-

Kaufman County Animal Awareness Project
102E Trunk Street
Crandall TX 75114
(972) 472-3500

Feral Cats
Requires that the cat be feral, trapped in a humane trap and then brought to the clinic. Friendly neighborhood cats, barn cats or your owned cats do not qualify. Feral cats are accepted Monday and Tuesday between 7 -8 am. No appointments are taken.
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Texas-Dallas/Fort Worth area-

Note-this is for feral cats only.

Feral Friends
14902 Preston Rd., #404-930
Dallas, Texas 75254
(972) 671-0429

Our "Race to Reduce Litters" feral program promotes TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), which is the only humane and effective method of feral cat management. Our Team Feral Volunteers work with concerned individuals to assist thousands of feral cats in our community. We are able to offer low cost sterilization, convenient clinic locations, and humane traps, along with education and support.

If you are interested in assisting feral cats that you have encountered, please contact us either by phone at (972) 671-0429 or e-mail us at A Team Feral volunteer will contact you via email or phone to explain our program, offer helpful advice on trapping, transport, and future care for your feral cats. Our volunteers are generally unable to handle the trapping for you, as there are simply not enough of us to do so. We do assist the eldery, handicapped, etc. with trapping when needed.

A Caregiver Agreement must be completed, signed and returned to Feral Friends. You can fax toll free 1-866-865-6671, email to, or mail to Feral Friends, 14902 Preston Rd., #404-930, Dallas, Texas 75254. Once the Caregiver Agreement is returned, identification numbers will be issued to you for each of the cats you wish to assist. We track every cat that comes through our system in order produce statistical data. Caregivers' personal information is never shared with the public.

Caregiver agreement link.

Texas-Dallas area-

Note-this is for cats only.

KittiCo Cat Rescue
P.O. Box 600447
Dallas, TX 75360-0447


To help reduce overpopulation of homeless cats and kittens by providing spay-neuter services for feral and stray cats, with special emphasis on cats cared for by the elderly, disabled, and persons of low incomes.

KittiCo operates a Spay-Neuter Program as part of our mission to reduce the number of stray cats in the metroplex and surrounding areas. This program is geared toward feral and stray cats. We also assist low-income/financial-assistance recipients (with verification) with spay/neuter surgeries for animals in their care.

The Dallas spay/neuter clinic, is located at 2520 Electronic Ln #803, Dallas, TX 75220-1228. Look for the KittiCo sign in the window.

All cats sterilized at the Clinic are eartipped. This is approved by the American Veterinary Medical Association as a universally recognized signal that a cat has been fixed.

The only exception to this will be cats for whom a $55 donation is made to cover the subsidized cost of their surgery. When residents are able to make a donation in this amount, that demonstrates that they are able financially to care for the cat and keep it indoors.

We ask that people who can afford to make a donation please make a donation. We offer special discounted rates to these groups for each cat. Our mission of helping elderly, disabled, and low-income residents means that we help people, not groups. It is important to us to meet with our individual clients whenever possible because we ask even the indigent if they can contribute toward a cat's cost of surgery, and accept what they offer with gratitude.  Donations are requested from those people bringing in cats in carriers unless financial hardship exists.

Texas-Fort Worth-Tarrant and surrounding counties-

Humane Society of North Texas
1840 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76103

Spay & Neuter Program
Preventing the births of unwanted puppies and kittens is one of our most important programs. HSNT requires spaying and neutering of all animals adopted from our shelter. Our Spay/Neuter Assistance Program helps hundreds of pet owners who cannot afford the conventional surgical cost. Our program is available for qualified low-income and senior-citizen pet owners. Our resources are limited; therefore, there is a waiting period for this program. To see if you qualify for this program,

please click here to download and print it off

or fill it out online here.

We will spay/neuter the parent of any litter released to HSNT for free regardless of your income.

On the first and last Tuesday of every month we provide a Trap-Neuter-Return program for feral cats. For more information on this program please call 817-332-4768 *112.

Texas-Flower Mound-Denton County-

Humane Society of Flower Mound
1601 Arrowhead Dr.
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Phone: 972-691-PETS (7387)
Fax: 866-848-1035

Catalyst Program
The Humane Society of Flower Mound offers low-cost spay/neuter assistance through our Catalyst Program. If you are unable to afford to spay or neuter your pet, contact us for information on assistance at

We also offer free certificates and can help trap/alter/release(TAR) with feral cats. Stopping one litter DOES make a difference!


Animal Trustees of Austin    
P.O. Box 14542    
Austin, TX 78761-4542    
(512) 450-0111 or (512) 451-9355

Special Programs

The Feral Cat Advocacy Project supports the efforts of the citizens of Central Texas in the humane and compassionate management of feral cats.

South Carolina-Berkeley, Dorchester, Charleston Counties-

Pet Helpers
1447 Folly Road on James Island
Tel: 843.795.1110
Fax: 843.795.8090

The Feline Fix – Spay/Neuter Assistance for Feral Felines

Pet Helper’s advocates the use of non-lethal feline population control including trap/neuter/return.  The Feline Fix provides assistance to feral cat caregivers by loaning and educating on the use of traps, hosting free spay/neuter clinics and providing food for colonies when available.  

Upcoming spay/neuter clinics will be posted on our web site. Please call 302-0556 to inquire about feral feline pricing and policies.

Oregon-Newport-Lincoln County-

Central Coast Humane Society
P.O. Box 71
Newport, Oregon 97365

CCHS will pay for the full cost of spay/neutering of any feral or stray cats.

We also have traps available to rent for a refundable $25 deposit and, occasionally, may offer a volunteer to help trap.

People taking advantage of this program need to call 541-265-3719 to set up an appointment. Diana will return calls within 24 hours. You must agree to take the cat in for surgery at the Spay/Neuter Clinic in Newport, pick up the stray, do any necessary follow-up care, then return the cat to the colony and agree to feed the animal for the duration of its life. Most colonies will no longer multiply if all the cats are altered, and their lives are often shorter than domestic cats who have homes.  CCHS greatly appreciates your compassion for all the homeless cats in our community!

Oklahoma-Bartlesville-Washington County-

Washington County SPCA
16620 State Highway 123
Bartlesville, Oklahoma  74006

Low cost spay and neuter programs for Washington and Green Counties.  Other funding sources of low cost spay and neuter also at link.

Low cost spay/neuter for feral cats through Alley Cat Alliance:

alley cat alliance

In 2007 the Washington County SPCA had a group of interested volunteers who gathered together and started what is now known as Alley Cat Alliance.  This program provides low cost certificates to help individuals get free roaming or feral cats in their neighborhood spayed/neutered.

North Carolina-

P.O. Box 278
New Hill, NC 27562
919-783-SNAP (7627)

Spay and Neuter Assistance Program of North Carolina

SNAP-NC is a nonprofit organization providing discounted spay-neuter services to North Carolina residents. Our mission is to reduce pet overpopulation, making a better life for our special friends and their human families. SNAP-NC operates a fleet of mobile veterinary surgery clinics, staffed by fully licensed and accredited veterinarians and their team, use the most modern techniques, anesthesia, and equipment to ensure the safety of your pets and provide them with the level of care they deserve.

Feral cat program at link.


Angels For Animals
4750 W. South Range Rd
Canfield, OH 44406
Phone: 330-549-1111

Spay/neuter program for ferals.

New York-Rochester-

City of Rochester Animal Control
184 Verona St.
Rochester, NY 14608
Phone (585) 428-7274
Fax (585) 428-6130

We offer low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to cat and dog owners meeting the income and residency guidelines. This program was established as a result of the increasing numbers of stray, feral and surrendered cats entering Rochester's shelters each year. The program was expanded to include dogs as a result of our desire to assist low-income dog owners too.

The services include administration of anesthetics and pain control medication, surgical sterilization, preventative rabies vaccination, and suture removal 7-10 days post surgery.

The program is limited to City of Rochester residents. Fees are $25 for male cats, $40 for female cats, and $75 for dog surgeries. Applications are available online and at the shelter at 184 Verona Street. Both pages (i.e., application and release) must be completed and payment must be made before the surgeries can be scheduled. Contact Animal Services at (585) 428-SPAY (7729) for more information.

New York-Lackawanna (Western New York)-

Operation PETS
3443 South Park Ave
Lackawanna, NY 14219
Phone: 716.783.8998
Fax: 716.783.8099

Operation PETS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to ending pet overpopulation by providing targeted, high-volume, high-quality, and affordable sterilization services for companion animals and feral cat populations.
Our services are provided to clients that meet our eligibility requirements.

Link to eligibility information.

Feral cat program information at link.

New York-New York City-

Where can I get my ferals spayed/neutered?
The ASPCA operates a mobile spay/neuter clinic and you can spay and neuter your feral cats by appointment on a private Rescue Day. We have regular Rescue Days in all 5 boroughs. Please call (877)SPAY-NYC and hit the TNR option to learn more.

Contact to schedule an appointment for your ferals on these private rescue days. Indicate your name, address, phone number, the number of ferals you plan to bring, the borough and neighborhood you live in and areas you can travel to.

Rescue Agreement for ferals.

What services are available on the mobile clinic for ferals?
We will spay/neuter, rabies vaccinate and ear-tip each feral at no cost. If there are any friendly adoptable cats in the colony and they already have homes, you may purchase additional services at a nominal cost

New Mexico-Albuquerque-

Animal Humane New Mexico
615 Virginia St. SE.
Albuquerque, NM 87108

Feral cat surgeries are done Monday through Friday

Cats must be dropped off between 8:00 am and 8:30 am ONLY (On the second and fourth Fridays of the month, please bring feral cats to the south entrance of the Clinic.)

No appointment is necessary.

Cats will be fixed and vaccinated for a fee of $15.00 payable to Animal Humane.

Street Cat Companions, a subsidiary of New Mexico Animal Friends, conducts a feral cat spay/neuter clinic at Animal Humane on the second Sunday of every month, with occasional scheduling changes around holidays. Anyone can bring a feral cat (as opposed to a friendly house pet) to these clinics. We request that all cats be brought in a covered trap, but exceptions can be made if this is not possible. Each cat must be accompanied by a plastic pet carrier and a towel for recovery. The cost is a $15.00 donation payable to Street Cat Companions. Patient drop–off begins at 7:30am in the south parking lot of Animal Humane. If you need information about these clinics, or if you need to obtain traps, call New Mexico Animal Friends at 881-7297 or Jane Sage at 247-9357.

Animal Humane|New Mexico spays and neuters feral cats Monday through Friday. Anyone wishing to participate in this program should contact the veterinary clinic at 217-0300 to make arrangements.

All cats must be brought in a covered trap accompanied by a plastic pet carrier and a towel for recovery. The cost is $25.00, $10.00 of which is subsidized, so for the time being, client responsibility is $15.00 payable to Animal Humane. Patient drop-off is from 8:00 to 8:30am in the clinic. Animal Humane has a few traps to loan out; call Pauline at 255-5523 x142 for information about traps. If you have questions about the clinic, call the feral cat information hotline at 217-0300 and select option #5, or leave us a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.

Complete trapping and recovery information is also available at Animal Humane.


Feline Friendz in Nebraska
P.O. Box 641818
Omaha, NE 68164
(402) 778-1111

Feral and stray cat programs.

Our Mission is to reduce the stray and feral cat population and stop the unnecessary euthanasia of stray and feral cats due to over population. For feral cats we support and promote the humane method of TNR (trap, neuter, and return) Stray cats are rescued, rehabilitated and rehomed.  
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Minnesota-Lake City-

Hiawatha Animal Humane Society
P.O. Box 215
Lake City, MN 55041

Our programs include animal adoptions, spay/neuter rebates, pet food vouchers at area food shelves, veterinary care for animals in need, foster home expenses, feral cat control, special needs animals and educational programs in the community, among others.

Louisiana-Lafayette area-

Lafayette Animal Aid
PO Box 298
Carencro, LA 70520
(337) 896-1553

Feral cat program.


Camp Companion
P.O. Box 7478
Rochester, MN 55903-7478
507-951-7801 or 800-896-7009

Camp Companion is a 501c3 organization established in 2003. Based in Rochester MN, the organization is totally driven by volunteers. Camp Companion is dedicated to providing low-cost spay and neuter services for feral, farm and stray companion animals.

Qualifying Cats

Camp Companion is devoted to helping stray and feral cats that would not be sterilized if not through our program. The number of these cats is so great that caretakers must often be placed on a waiting list.

Operation Catnip Program will accept:

Homeless free-roaming cats
Unsocialized feral cats
Unowned strays
Farm Cats

If you would like more information about our Trap, Spay-Neuter, Return program or would like to volunteer, please contact us.


Humane Society of South Mississippi
2615 25th Avenue
2615 Hwy. 49
Gulfport, MS 39501
[Office] (228) 863-4394
[Shelter] (228) 863-3354   

The Wag-n-Train program is made possible through a generous grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ (ASPCA) Mission: Orange initiative.

The Wag-n-Train wants to help provide the tools and know-how that can keep pets and their owners together. Because the Wag-n-Train will come to your neighborhood, transportation and scheduling are no longer an issue and because the services provided by the Wag-n-Train are free of charge, there is no need to worry about cost.

If you and your neighbors are having any of the following issues, please schedule a visit from the Wag-n-Train today!

To Request a Visit from the Wag-n-Train:

Call HSSM– 228-863-3354 ext. 116 or e-mail

Stop By the Shelter–2615 25th Avenue Gulfport, MS 39501
(Located on the West side of Hwy 49, Just NORTH of the Pass Road Intersection)

Let us know your name, address, a contact number, and the issues you are requesting assistance with.


All About Animals Rescue
23205 Gratiot, PMB 331
Eastpointe, MI 48021

25408 Mound
Warren, MI 48091

Angel Outreach-call 248-212-0781

Yes - we do feral cats and ear tipping! Just please let registration know that you have feral cats when calling in.

Call 586-435-6930

Maryland-Ridgley-Caroline County-

Caroline County Humane Society
407 West Bell Street
Ridgely, MD 21660 

Low Cost Spay/Neuter
The Caroline County Humane Society has LOW COST Spay Neuter programs for dogs and cats, as well as for puppies and kittens (over age eight weeks and over 2 pounds). We also have begun our TNR (TRAP-NEUTER-RETURN) program for feral cats!

Email us at or call 410-820-1600 for further information.

Massachusetts-Boston area-

Alliance For Animals
232 Silver Street
South Boston, MA 02127-2206
617 - 268- 7800

The mission of the Metro Action Clinic includes:
To reduce, and ultimately eliminate the killing of healthy, otherwise adoptable dogs and cats at area pounds and shelters, simply because they are surplus or cannot be sheltered. This is accomplished by providing affordable, accessible SPAY/NEUTER services to anyone in need of those services, thereby preventing the birth of unwanted animals.

Other surgical procedure - e.g., dentistry, hernia repair, biopsy, hematoma, amputation, ear-tipping ferals

AfA has also launched a program with Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, where feral cats are taken for free spaying and neutering - and any other necessary medical treatment - by fourth year veterinary students.

Louisiana-Baton Rouge-

Capital Area Animal Welfare Society-CAAWS
6357 Quinn Drive 
Baton Rouge, LA 70817 
(225) 752-5801

Spay and neuter programs, low income and non-low income, feral cat programs.

Anyone unable to pay the $25/cat for feral colonies can receive assistance from the CAAWS Feral TNR Program, although, donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.  CAAWS offers loan traps (with sec. dep.) for trapping ferals.


This program is offered to residents who are having problems with multiplying feral/stray cats in neighborhoods, businesses, etc.  It usually involves colonies of cats, many of which are abandoned unaltered pets, who continue to multiply.  With proper TNR and caretaking, these colonies can be Trapped, Neutered/spayed and Returned (TNR) to live out their lives, without continuing to reproduce.  The TNR program has been proven to be the humane alternative of controlling cat reproduction, rather than continually killing these cats at animal control facilities, which has been proven to be ineffective.  This program is offered free, however, donations are greatly appreciated to ensure funding for continued success.  CAAWS loans traps (with a security deposit) for trapping feral cats.

Louisiana-Baton Rouge-

Note: this is for cats only.

Cat Haven
P.O. Box 86231
Baton Rouge, LA 70879-8231
(225) 636-2680

What is the Cat Haven Feral Program all about?

Cat Haven's Feral Program has two goals: First, to reduce the population explosion by spaying and neutering feral cats; second, to capture young feral kittens so they may be socialized and domesticated to be good pets. Our program utilizes the proven method of Trap-Neuter-Release (T-N-R). After trapping, each cat is spayed or neutered, given a rabies vaccination and treated for minor ailments.

How can you be part of the solution?

If you are interested in being part of the solution, visit our Contact Us link to email our Feral Coordinator. Cat Haven loans traps and offers assistance to those feral caretakers who are interested in stabilizing the feral cat population in the Greater Baton Rouge area.
Our generous and gracious feral benefactors have contributed approximately 98% of the costs associated with the Feral Cat Program. Donations from feral caretakers account for the remaining feral revenues. A $35 donation for each feral cat assisted through our program would be greatly appreciated. This helps us to cover a portion of our veterinary costs and continue our work in reducing the feral population. However, a cat will not be turned away from our program, simply because a donation is not given.

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Louisiana-New Orleans-

Louisiana SPCA
1700 Mardi Gras Blvd. 
New Orleans Louisiana 70114
Telephone: (504) 368-5191
Fax: (504) 368-3710

Feral cat program.


Holly's Place Animal Rescue
P. O. Box 455
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
(502) 859-5342

Our feral cat program provides resources for individuals attempting to care for feral cats. Our program helps reduce the overpopulation of cats in central Kentucky by spaying or neutering colony members. To increase the quality of the lives of our ferals, we also vaccinate them when we trap them to be spayed/neutered. If possible, when kittens are born into colonies, we tame them and put them in our adoption program.

If you would like assistance with your colony in central Kentucky, please email the Holly's Place Cat Program.

Kansas-Kansas City/Greater Kansas City area-

The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City
5445 Parallel Parkway
Kansas City, KS 66104
phone: (913) 596-1000
fax: (913) 596-2483

If you are feeding stray or feral cats and would like to have them spayed or neutered and vaccinated, please give us a call at (913) 596-1000. We appreciate people who show compassion towards these cats and we try to make caring for them as affordable as possible.

Kansas-Kansas City area-

No More Homeless Pets KC
PO Box 140202
Kansas City, MO 64114

No More Homeless Pets KC
Spay/Neuter Clinic
5428 Antioch Drive
Merriam, KS  66202

Feral cat spay and neuter--other feral cat information.

Kansas-Kansas City area-

The Pet Connection
5918 Broadmoor
Mission, KS 66202

We are currently raising funds in hopes of expanding the following programs:

Events and benefits
No cost and low cost spay and neuter
Medical cost of pets and special needs
Support to other rescues and individuals
Community Education
Feral cat colonies

Feral Fix Clinic -- We began doing $5 feral cats. Call our spay/neuter coordinators at 913-671-PETS. Appointments are filling fast. If you would like to sponsor a $5 free roaming cat day, please contact Melody at The Pet Connection, Inc.


Nelson County Animal Shelter
Humane Society of Nelson County
Nelson County Animal Control and Protection
2391 New Haven Rd.
Bardstown, KY 40004
502-349-2082, ext 201

The Nelson County Animal Shelter is home to both agencies.

The Humane Society of Nelson County has two programs designed to help owners who cannot afford regular prices for spay/neuter surgery. Our programs are intended for people on public assistance, disability, social security, or temporarily stressed financially. We also will help caretakers of feral cat colonies, or people who have out-of-control populations ("barn cats"), or other special circumstances.

Cats-Spay/neuter surgery is done at our weekly clinic in Bardstown by veterinarians who come over from Versailles. The surgeries cost us approximately $25 for females and $15 for males, and we ask for a donation to cover expenses. We never turn anyone away for inability to pay.

Indiana-West Lafayette-

TriCounty TNR

Contact Us page link.

Our Mission: To reduce the feral and stray cat populations through a low cost community program of trap-neuter-return, the only proven method which permanently and humanely reduces feral and stray cat populations.


P. O. Box 568
Quincy, Illinois 62306-0568
Tel. 217-228-7441

We are a mobile community outreach program that brings supplies and information directly to the people who are most in need of these services.

Our community programs include:

No-cost spay/neuter/vaccination services
Urgent and emergency vet care assistance
Feral cat population control program

Spay or Neuter
Rabies Vaccination
Booster Vaccination

Part of our budget is spent on emergency veterinary services.
Expenditures are determined on a case-by-case basis.

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Illinois-South Elgin-Chicago area-

Anderson Animal Shelter
1000 S. La Fox Rd.
South Elgin, IL 60177
Phone: 847-697-2880
Fax: 847-697-8229

Feral cat spay/neuter program information.


Animal Protective League
1001 Taintor Road
Springfield, IL 62702-1766

Feral cat spay/neuter at a reduced fee.

Approximately 30% of cats entering APL’s Spay/Neuter Clinic are un-owned stray or feral cats. They come to the clinic as part of APL’s Feral Trap/Neuter/Return program. In addition to spay or neuter, these cats will be vaccinated and eartipped. Cats will stay overnight and are released to their caretakers the next morning. Feral cat surgeries are performed Monday-Thursday at the clinic. Call (217) 789-SPAY (7729) for more information.

Indiana-Greenwood-Indianapolis area-

Spay Neuter Indiana Pets, Inc.
POB 362
Greenwood, Indiana USA 46142
Phone: (317)727-9183

Through a partnership with a spay neuter clinic and local veterinarians we have organized "SNIP" Community Spay Neuter Days in order to provide affordable high quality low cost spay neuter surgeries for your pets, and also for free roaming or feral cats.

Fill out the form as best as possible, the criteria for approval of assistance are flexible and based on a variety of factors. Include any additional information you feel we should know. Then, with the grant funds and other funds we have available, we can determine which of our various programs can best assist you in affording spay neuter for your pet(s).

Illinois-Champaign area-

Catsnap of Central Illinois
P.O. Box 456
Savoy, IL 61874
Voicemail only: 217-353-5243

FERAL CAT PROGRAM (Champaign County only): Suggested minimum donation is $10 (male or female), and the animal will have its left ear clipped (as seen in the photo on the left).  Eartipping is a painless procedure done under anesthesia (during the spay/neuter surgery) where the top of the left ear is cut straight across.  It is a universal sign to animal control officers that a cat is wild, but is fixed and vaccinated.

Illinois-Chicago area-South suburbs-

South Suburban Humane Society Spay/Neuter Clinic
18349 S. Halsted St.
Glenwood, IL 60425

Low-cost spay and neuter for cats (including ferals) and dogs.


SNIP-Spay and Neuter Idaho Pets
5212 W. Franklin Rd #52
Boise, ID 83705-1109
Phone: (208) 968-1338

The mission of Spay Neuter Idaho Pets, Inc. (SNIP) is to reduce animal overpopulation by establishing and maintaining reduced-cost spay/neuter services for dogs, domestic cats and feral cat trap-neuter-return programs. We plan to promote humane education through schools and community outreach programs and develop a mobile spay/neuter service for underserved Idaho locations. By collaborating with local animal welfare organizations and veterinarians on these activities, we will leverage resources and expand and accelerate our impacts. We will primarily serve Ada and Canyon counties, but will accept animals from other counties as availability permits. Our focus is to serve feral cats and pets whose owners cannot afford spay/neuter services. The reduced-cost fees for clinic services will offset operating costs. Public donations and grants will help to subsidize the surgeries that pet owners cannot afford to pay.

Idaho-Moscow-Latah County-

Humane Society of the Palouse
2019 E. White Ave.
Moscow, ID 83843
(208) 883-1166

Feral Cat Solutions

Services Provided to Feral Cats

Spays and Neuters

Rabies and FVRCP Vaccinations

Parasite Control

Testing for Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) other necessary medical procedures

How Can You Help?

FCS is entirely run by volunteers and operated on donated funds.  We need dedicated, hardworking volunteers at our spay/neuter clinics, caretakers for feral cat colonies, volunteers to assist in trapping, volunteers to tame kittens and provide foster homes, and barn homes for feral cats that must be relocated.  FCS is also in need of cat food
and monetary donations.

Georgia-Athens area-Clarke County-

Athens Humane Society
1781 Mars Hill Rd.
Watkinsville GA 30677

Feral cats welcome at the clinic!  See link for more information.


Hawaiian Humane Society
2700 Waialae Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96826
Phone: 808-946-2187
Fax: 808-955-6034

This program is for cat caretakers who are caring for a colony of stray or feral cats.
Owned, domestic cats are not eligible.

To register for the Feral Cat Sterilization Program, download the Agreement Form provided here. Cat Sterilization Program Agreement.pdf

Agreement form link.

About the Program

Cats need to be at least 2 pounds and 8 weeks of age.
Sterilization (spay/neuter surgery) will be performed free of charge.
Cats must be brought to the Humane Society in humane animal traps, (one cat per trap).

Florida-Gainesville-Alachua County-

Alachua County Humane Society
2029 NW 6th St  
Gainesville  FL  32609  

Spay and neuter programs, Feral/stray cat program information at the link.

Colorado-Fort Lupton-

Every Creature Counts
1245 Factory Circle
Fort Lupton, CO 80621

ECC is proud to serve the feral cat population and those involved with TNR (trap-neuter-return),
by offering our spay/neuter and vaccination services.

Feral Cat Package              $15
Spay or neuter
4 in 1 combination vaccine
Feline panleukopenia/rhinotracheitis/calicivirus/Chlamydia
Rabies vaccine
Penicillin injection

Appointments are not necessary for feral cats, but we do ask that cats are dropped off and picked up during the designated times.
We also suggest that you call ahead to confirm any closure dates we have planned.

Patient Drop-off      7:00am – 7:30am
Patient Pick-up       3:30pm – 4:00pm


Faithful Friends
12-a Germay Drive
Wilmington, DE 19804

phone: (302) 427-8514
fax: (302) 427-2855

Feral Cat program at link.


Forgotten Cats of Delaware
PMB 422
4001 Kennett Pike Suite 134
Greenville, DE 19807
Delaware 302-429-0124
Pennsylvania 215-219-8148

Note: this is for stray and feral cats only.

At Forgotten Cats, our mission is to reduce the unwanted cat population without killing and to stop the suffering of the thousands of kittens born to abandoned, homeless cats.

We do this by working with colony caretakers to trap, sterilize, vaccinate, and return every cat within a colony. We provide the necessary medical treatment for sick or injured feral cats, stray cats, and kittens. We are working to find homes for adoptable cats and kittens. We also provide education about spay neuter, and we are assisting other cat rescue groups with trap, neuter, and return programs.
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California-Santa Cruz-

Mailing Address

Santa Cruz SPCA
PO Box 3800
Santa Cruz, CA 95063

Physical Address
Santa Cruz SPCA
2685 Chanticleer Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
Adoption Center:(831) 465-5000
Fax: (831) 479-8530

Spay/Neuter for Feral Cats:

Project Purr continues to offer a low-cost Trap/Neuter/Return spay/neuter program for FERAL cats and kittens over 4 months of age to ALL residents of Santa Cruz County, regardless of income, at Adobe Animal Hospital in Santa Cruz. A $25.00 fee from YOU is required and the balance for each feral cat/kitten is paid for by Project Purr!

California-San Francisco-

San Francisco SPCA

2500 16th Street
San Francisco CA 94103


2500 16th Street
San Francisco CA 94103

Leanne B. Roberts Animal Care Center
201 Alabama Street (free client parking; free WiFi access in the hospital lobby)
San Francisco CA 94103

Spay/Neuter Incentives & Free and Sliding Scale Spay/Neuter
We provide free spay/neuter surgeries for:

Pets of homeless San Franciscans. We also offer these services through our work with Vet SOS (Veterinary Street Outreach Services.) Visit their website to learn more:
Pets of qualifying low-income individuals.
Feral cats, through our Feral Fix Program

California-Palo Alto-

Palo Alto Humane Society
P.O. Box 60715
Palo Alto, California 94306
p. (650) 424-1901
f.  (650) 462-0306

CatWorks offers its members
Subsidized spay/neuter vouchers
Tips on the care of homeless cats
Occasional meetings to discuss matters of common concern
The backing and reputation of the Palo Alto Humane Society
Whether you have one cat or a whole colony living in your backyard, near your office, or in your neighborhood, CatWorks will give you spay/neuter support and advice.

How to join CatWorks...
For homeless cat rescuers, we ask a yearly membership fee of $65, which entitles you to request unlimited vouchers for a copayment of $12 per voucher. For individuals on a fixed income who require only one or two vouchers, we will provide these at no cost. These spay/neuter vouchers are redeemable at selected spay/neuter clinics in the mid-Peninsula and Bay Area.

Approved clinic locations include:

      Bay Cities Veterinary Clinic
      16 Corning Ave., Milpitas, CA 95035
      (408) 262-2518

      Cat Hospital
      137 East Hamilton Ave., Campbell, CA 95008
      (408) 866-6188

      Pacifica Pet Hospital
      4300 Coast Hwy, Pacifica, CA 94044
      (650) 359-3685

      Palo Alto Animal Services
      3281 E Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94303-3213
      (650) 496-5933, (650) 496-5960

      Spruce Avenue Pet Hospital
      135 South Spruce Ave., So. San Francisco, CA 94080
      (650) 873-6880

Please contact our CatWorks manager, Ann Nussbaum, with any questions about the program.


Sacramento SPCA
6201 Florin-Perkins Road
Sacramento, California 95828
Main: (916) 383-7387
Fax: (916) 383-7062

We hold Feral Cat Clinics on the first and third Sundays of each month. These clinics are for cats that have been trapped the day before the clinic. Price is $15 per cat and includes spay/neuter, FVRCP and rabies vaccinations, flea treatment and a mandatory ear tip. To reserve a spot at one of these clinics, you may e-mail us at or call (916) 383-7387, ext. 9287.

Trapped feral cats may also be brought to our Spay/Neuter Clinic Monday through Saturday without an appointment. We will only accept one trapped cat per person as there is limited space during the week. Surgery spaces will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. Price is $45 for a female and $30 for a male and includes spay/neuter, FVRCP and rabies vaccinations, and a mandatory ear tip. Drop off time is 7:15AM to 8:00AM and pick up is between 4PM and 5PM the same day.

California-Marin County-

The Marin Humane Society
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd
Novato, California 94949
415-883-4621 (phone)
415-382-1349 (fax)

Feral cat program.

Illinois-Chicago area-

The Anti-Cruelty Society
157 W. Grand Ave.
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 644-8338


The Anti-Cruelty Society operates a full service clinic that offers many resources to the public.

Pit Pals & Feral Cat Programs

If you own a pit bull or a pit bull mix, you may qualify for participation in our Pit Pals Program, which means you can have your pet spayed or neutered for free. Feral cats, too, can be spayed or neutered for free. For more information, please call (312) 644-8338.

Michigan-Ann Arbor-Washtenaw County-

Humane Society of Huron Valley
3100 Cherry Hill Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Phone: 734-662-5585

The HSHV TNR Program has an urgent need for dry catfood to help caregivers.

Please contact Kathryn at (734) 662-5585 x103 if you can help.

HSHV’s Trap, Neuter, and Return Program aims to reduce the overpopulation of feral cats while supporting a higher quality of life and reducing unnecessary euthanasia of feral cats.  

Through this program feral cats are humanely trapped by HSHV staff and volunteers, brought to HSHV for spay/neutering, vaccines, health check and ear-tipping (for identification), and are then returned to their original habitat.  Social cats and kittens are placed up for adoption at HSHV.  Involvement in this program requires a volunteer colony manager to feed and monitor the colony. While there is no fee for this program, we do encourage monetary donations so that we can keep this program running strong.

If you know you have feral cats, please contact our TNR Coordinator,, about participating in our TNR program.  

Illinois-Chicago area-

PAWS Chicago-Pets Are Worth Saving
1110 W. 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60609
Telephone: (773) 475-9510
Fax: (773) 890-5115

FREE Spay and Neuter Surgery
Chicago residents on Medicaid and Feral/Outdoor Cats

North Carolina-Polk County-

Foothills Humane Society
989 Little Mountain Road
Columbus, NC 28722
Phone (828) 863-4444
Fax (828) 863-2122

Po'Kitties- (Feral Cat Trap-Neuter-Release)- Contact Dana Mayer- 828-894-5313 or Elaine Rizzo- 828-859-5835
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Halfway Home Pet Rescue
11 Pioneer Ave.
Caribou, ME 04736
207 896 5650

Halfway Home Pet Rescue will strive to earmark $1000.00 of its annual budget to gain control of feral cat colonies with a spay/neuter/release policy (or re-locate to area farmers).

The organization does have a feral cat assistance program, but the link to the page that deals in depth with it is not working right now.

Illinois-Chicago-Rogers Park and Uptown neighborhoods-

AniMeals Pet Food Pantry
(773) 547-2500

AniMeals is a non-denominational, all-volunteer community outreach program of St. Paul’s Church by-the-Lake of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago.   Since June 2001, AniMeals has provided pet food to low-income and senior pet owners in Chicago’s Rogers Park and Uptown neighborhoods.

How do people qualify for help?

Clients at St. Paul’s are asked to provide proof of limited income, which may include, but is not limited to, Social Security Income, disability income, or unemployment.  Clients at Chicago Uptown Ministry automatically qualify for AniMeals if they qualify for the Ministry’s food pantry.

All clients must agree to have their pets neutered or spayed if the opportunity to do so is available to them at no cost.  An exception will be made if a veterinarian determines that surgery may be life-threatening to the pet or is not recommended because of the pet’s age or health.   We do not provide food to pet owners who are breeding their animals -  no exception.

We understand that the same logistical barriers that prevent pet owners from affording food for their pets – insufficient resources, lack of transportation, and limited life management skills – are also the barriers that prevent them from seeking neuter/spay services.  Arrangements have been made in the past to provide neuter/spay services free of charge, along with transportation, in cooperation the Anti-Cruelty Society and PAWS Chicago.

How does the program work?

AniMeals operates at two locations:

St. Paul’s Church by-the-Lake in Rogers Park on the third Saturday of each month, 12:00 – 1:00pm.
Chicago Uptown Ministry in Uptown on the third Wednesday of each month, 9:00 – 10:00am.
When a client has qualified for AniMeals, she can receive each month:

an average of 3.5 pounds of dry food and 2 cans of wet food per cat;
a month’s supply of dry food according to recommended feeding guidelines and 2 cans of wet food per dog;
a month’s supply of food for fish, birds, and exotic pets according to feeding recommendations, and
if supplies allow, dry food for those caring for feral cat colonies.
Food is provided for up to four pets, but exceptions have been made for additional pets.

Ohio-Wellsville-Columbiana County-

Alley Cat Aid Brigade
601 Main Street,
Wellsville, Ohio 43968

The Lisbon Veterinary Clinic is now working with Alley Cat Aid Brigade
The Lisbon Veterinary Clinic is now working with Alley Cat Aid Brigade and will do low cost spaying and neutering for stray cats in Wellsville in conjunction with Alley Cat Aid Brigade. For information, please call 330-532-9064. But remember, you must go through Alley Cat Aid Brigade for this discounted offer.

Alley Cat Aid Brigade is also offering transportation to anyone who wants to have a cat or dog spayed or neutered but does not have transportation. We ask for a small donation of whatever amount the person can afford and only if they are able. This donation is to help with the cost of gas for transporting animals.

Suggest calling them for more information.

Volunteer your time to host a colony:
Do you have cat problem in your neighborhood? Do you want to stop the colony from growing? Hosting a colony will take a little time and patience and we need volunteers.

If you are already feeding the cats, why not continue to do so and at the same time, help them to become a healthier and happier group? The only difference is that they will be in a controlled environment with positive results? Contact us for more information.

Purchase food for the colonies:
If you would like to purchase food for volunteers hosting colonies, please contact us for information and details.

Ohio-Salem-Columbiana County-

Humane Society of Columbiana County  
2180 State Route 45  
Salem Ohio 44460  
(330) 332-2600

Spay & Neuter  
If you are feeding a stray, or know of a homeless cat, call 330-332-2600 for information on how to help these creatures. Also, if you have recently “adopted” a neighborhood stray, let us help you with “fixing” it.

Washington-Seattle area-

Mailing address:
Feral Care
333 NW 85th St
PMB 147
Seattle, WA 98117

Our mission is to actively care for and educate people about feral cats in the Puget Sound area.

We are equipped to work with large and small colonies of feral cats. Our trappers bring in and set the traps, then take the trapped cats back to our holding facility to await their spays and neuters. We don not hold the cats for any longer than needed, hopefully not longer than a week. Once altered and vaccinated and tested the cats are returned to their colony, provided it is maintained and safe. Otherwise we are put in difficult position of finding a relocation site for the cats. We work with another non-profit group who diligently screens potential barn homes for suitable relocation sites. We work on a first come, first served basis. We are delighted to have help such as watching traps, transporting cats and donations of gas money.

To arrange trapping in your area, please contact us.

Please be prepared to provide the following information:

Exact location of colony- sometimes we are already aware of the site, or it needs to be passed on to a trapper closer to the location.
An approximate number of cats in the population.
Are there any kittens or pregnant females that you know of?
Who is feeding the cats?
Can we get permission to trap at that location?
Is anyone willing to help?

Colony caretakers- Colonies that have been TNR’d need to be cared for with supplemental feeding and watering.  Some food can be provided by Feral Care if you are able to pick it up from our facility in West Seattle.

Please email Nancy at if you are interested in applying for any of these volunteer opportunities.

New Jersey-Camden area-

New Jersey Aid for Animals
P.O. Box 4
Cedarbrook, NJ 08004

For eighteen months, NJAFA has been partnering with Atlantic Co. SPCA spaying and neutering feral cats to be released back into managed colonies.Recently, we hit our 500th mark and are going strong.

Contact them for more information about their feral cat programs.

North Carolina-Marshall-Madison County-

Friends of Madison County Animals
PO Box 191
107 S Main St
Marshall, NC 28753

Feral Cat TNR (trap/neuter/return).In 2008, funds from the Madison County Community Foundation and a private donor enabled Friends to launch a project that provides individuals who want to establish controlled feral cat colonies with training, free trap rental and spay-neuter financial assistance.

Contact them for more information.
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The Cat People
P.O. Box 13610
Bakersfield, CA 93389

The Feral Cat Feeding, Rescuing and Altering programs

Volunteers provide daily food for several cat colonies living in a large county park encompassing several hundred acres. Feral cats are trapped, tested, vaccinated, altered and returned to their colonies. Abandoned cats are given a thorough medical exam, tested, altered and put up for adoption as often as foster care can be found. To date, several hundred animals have been saved and are now in forever indoor homes. Over 75 cans of cat food and 10 bags of dry food are used weekly in this program. Money raised comes through fundraising, grants and donations.

Spay Today Voucher programs

These programs help low-income and senior citizens with the price of altering. As money permits, caretakers are given help with the cost of altering colony cats. Yearly, the organization spends thousands of dollars in efforts to curtail the cat overpopulation. Monies for these programs are raised though donations, fundraising and grant writing.


Animal Friends
562 Camp Horne Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

2009 Quantifiable Objectives

Reduce the number of unwanted animals through aggressive spay/neuter programs; To facilitate 8,000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, a projected increase of 93% over the previous year’s activity of 4,140 surgeries.

Implement a mobile spay/neuter clinic to support feral colony caretakers, distressed urban neighborhoods and rural shelters.

Facilitate mass trap-neuter-return events targeting populations of feral cats in distressed urban areas in conjunction with the Three Rivers Feral Project, a collaborative effort between Animal Friends, Animal Rescue League and Western PA Humane Society.

Kentucky-LaGrange-Oldham County-

Humane Society Oldham County
P O Box 727
LaGrange, KY  40031

The Humane Society of Oldham County is an all-volunteer non profit organization located in Oldham County, Kentucky.  We are a no-kill organization and currently involved in:

Providing low-cost spay/neuter clinics for those who cannot afford veterinary care
Humanely managing colonies of feral (wild) cats in our county
Fostering homeless animals
Assisting local residents who need temporary help caring for their animals

For more information on donations, memorials/honorariums, memberships, volunteering,
or any of our programs, please contact us

Massachusetts-Buzzards Bay-

A Helping Paw
Box 387
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
3166 Cranberry Hwy.
East Wareham

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Certificates

*First Come first Serve:  as long as funds are available.

So how can we help you help ferals?

A Helping Paw offers FREE spay/neuter certifciates for people willing to continue care of these wonderful animals. All we ask is that you pay a $10 fee towards vaccinations. (We have been able to reduce the fee thanks to grant funding made by Petco).
By vaccinating the cats, you are substantially reducing the spread of rabies and distemper, which can be spread to our domesticated friends. Did you know that less than 5% of the feral cats in the population have Felv/Fiv? Please also ask about our discounted vaccinations if you have more than five ferals to care for. We also offer trap rentals, which is the safest way to transport cats to the vet.


Quincy Animal Shelter
56 Broad Street
Quincy, MA 02169
P.O. Box 690088
Quincy, MA 02269

Quincy Animal Shelter's "Wesley's Feral Cat Program" is dedicated to the assistance of Feral Cats and offers colony assistance, information on low cost trap/spay-neuter/return (TNR) programs, and educational resources. Since the program's introduction, we have assisted in the rescue and adoption of more than 162 kittens born outside, as well as the spaying or neutering of more than 136 adult cats!

Wish List

Kitten or Cat Food - wet or dry - for our Feral Cat Program

Arizona-Prescott-Yavapai County-

United Animal Friends
PO Box 11133
Prescott, Arizona 86304
(928) 778-2924

Financial Support
When there is a true need, and funds allow, UAF helps those who cannot afford veterinary care. We work with some local vets who contact us when a low-income family is in need of financial support for spay / neuter or medical emergencies.

Spay / Neuter Certificate Program
UAF has a Low Cost Spay / Neuter Program with local veterinarians and mobile clinics. This program helps folks who cannot afford the spay / neuter of their Companion Animals.

Call UAF at (928) 778-2924 for more information and to receive a certifiicate.

Feral Cat Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) Program (928-778-2924)
Humanely traps feral cats, alters them and then releases them where someone will feed them. UAF has the only TNR program in the area.

Florida-Manatee County-

Humane Society of Manatee County
2515 14th Street West
Bradenton, Florida 34205
(941) 747-8808
(941) 747-5702 fax

Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) Program
Cats at large are spayed or neutered; vaccinated for rabies and ear notched for identification purposes. This program is available to people who agree to become the owner, take responsibility for the future care, health and maintenance of the cat. Please call 941-747-8808 x 309 for more information.
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California-Los Angeles area-

Note: this is for cats only.

P.O. Box 12  
La Canada, CA 91012

When we get pet food or litter donated to us - we are happy to distribute it to low-income families with pets in our area. We recently received a donation of food which was distributed in the following way:

a low income family with 2 kittens received kitten food and Happy Strays will do the kitten shots and spay/neuter the kittens as well.

a family in Pasadena on assistance that feeds a colony in their apt. complex (we have TnR'd all the girls and have 2 boys left to trap)

another family on assistance with 2 adults received some of the Science Diet food

a woman on disability received food and litter for her cats! (4 adults)

food has also been distributed to several Senior Citizens in South Central L.A.

If you would like to contribute to this effort, cat food may be brought to the Petco in La Canada and please mark it for Happy Strays Rescue - Pet Food Bank.

We are now able to assist low-income families with spay/neuter and shots of their pets, as well as provide education about responsible pet care and the importance of sterilization. We really want to target low-income inner city areas where pet overpopulation is extreme.

Contact them for more information.

Texas-Austin-Travis, Williamson, Bastrop and surrounding counties-

Austin Humane Society
124 West Anderson Lane
Austin, Texas 78752

AHS provides a free and public spay/neuter program for Travis, Williamson, Bastrop and surrounding counties.

Feral Cat Spay/Neuter clinics are conducted at least twice weekly at the Austin Humane Society and reservations are required. All cats receive their rabies vaccinations, flea control, deworming, earmite treatment and pain control FREE of charge. Optional FIV/FeLV testing and other vaccinations are available at low cost.

Please download the Program Policies (at the link) for more detailed information.

Appointments can be set up via email by contacting Leticia Stivers at
or by telephone at at 512-685-0111 or 512-968-7131.

Illinois-Springfield area-

Note: the organization also assists dogs with its Pet Food Bank and Veterinary Assistance Program.

Forever Home Feline Ranch
3600 Persimmon Dr.

We have begun a Pet Food Program and a Veterinarian Assistance Program. These programs will support both cats and dogs. Letters will be going out to local food banks telling them about these programs. Individuals needing assistance should call 679-1593.

Word document link to information about latest board meeting--assisting someone with pet food and medical care is on pages 2 & 3.

Illinois Times December 10, 2009

Forever Home Feline Ranch
3600 Persimmon Dr., 679-1593

Forever Home Feline Ranch is an organization created to provide a “forever home” to every cat in need. The ranch is a sanctuary where cats have a second chance to live a full life in a no-cage, no-kill environment. At the present time, while raising funds for property, the group is assisting local residents in keeping their companion pets by providing programs such as the Pet Food Bank and Vet Care Assistance (includes dogs). Helping people keep their companion pets is the best way to keep animals out of shelters and will help achieve their ultimate goal of establishing central Illinois as a no-kill community.

Wish list:

Pet taxis - all sizes
Dry cat and dog food
Wet cat and dog food
Cat toys
Gift cards: PetSmart, K-Mart, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Menards, Walmart, Petco, Big R and Target
Cat brushes
Litter pans and scoops
Copy paper
Forever stamps
Fleece material (animal themed) to make cat and dog mats
Raffle items such as gift certificates, gift baskets or any items to put in baskets  

We envision being very proactive in the Trap-Neuter-Return Program (TNR). All of our cats on the Ranch will be spayed or neutered. We will help feral colony caregivers with the TNR Program if they choose to keep the colony in the current location.

California-Napa County-

We Care Animal Rescue
1345 Charter Oak Ave.
St. Helena, CA 94574
(Ph) 707.963.7044

We realize that we cannot rescue every wild kitty and domesticate them, but collectively we can prevent further rampant population growth! What we can do together:

Spay and neuter as many cats as possible
Provide concerned citizens with resources for spaying/neutering feral cats at no cost in Napa County
Find homes for feral cats who will otherwise face death
Find Caretakers and resources for those willing to tend to Feral Colonies
Provide food for Feral Colony Caretakers

If you know of a feral cat colony in need, you can contact We Care Animal Refuge. We can provide "have-a-heart-cat-traps", a humane solution for catching wild cats. Once trapped at no harm to the cat, he/she can be transported to a participating veterinarian where their health is assessed and they are spayed, neutered and prepared for release. If you know of a feral cat colony in need please don't turn your back on their suffering. We are here to help!

Ohio-Plain City-Columbus area-

Note-this is for cats only.

Black and Orange Cat Foundation
PO Box 126 Plain City OH 43064
614-873-0880 ext. 209

Help with the cat overpopulation problem by providing spay/neuter services for stray and feral cats in our community.  We also provide vaccinations and medical care (as needed) for stray and feral cats.
Spay/neuter services, vaccinations, and medical care for cats belonging to low income residents in the Plain City area.

We work primarily in Madison and Union Counties, as Plain City is divided between these two counties.  We do, however, often receive calls for help from many areas within the Central Ohio area.  We help anyone we can, as our funding allows, because our main concern is decreasing the cat overpopulation problem to put an end to unwanted cats and kittens.
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Nevada-Reno-Washoe County-

Community Cats is a non-profit organization dedicated to the reduction of feral cat overpopulation through sterilization, the improvement of feral cats' quality of life and the betterment of human-cat relations. To this end, we will educate the community about humane colony management and we will provide a trap-neuter-return-monitor program for feral cat colony caretakers.

Community Cats was founded in 2003 by a small group of feral cat advocates. Among them is veterinarian Diana Lucree who has worked with feral cats for more than five years. Dr. Lucree has spayed and neutered more than 5,000 feral cats locally. Community Cats is pleased about the positive impact this organization has and will continue to have on our community.

Community Cats has entered into a cooperative agreement with Washoe County Regional Animal Services to offer TNRM services to northern Nevadans who wish to control the population of their feral cat colonies. However, Community Cats receives no public financial aid. Community Cats is supported solely through grants and donations, which allow the organization to continue providing this important program, thus allowing population control and basic medical services for the cats with no cost to the caregivers.  To make a donation or for more information: Community Cats P.O. Box 60284 Reno, NV 89506 (775) 720-8067.
email address  

Nevada-Reno-Washoe County-

Nevada Humane Society
2825 Longley Lane, Suite B
Reno, NV 89502-5942
Phone (775) 856-2000
Fax (775) 284-7060

Low-cost Spay/Neuter Services
Neutering is key to controlling the pet population, and it also improves pet’s health and behavior. We provide low-cost spay/neuter assistance to people who have financial challenges and to caregivers of feral cats.

Alabama-Montgomery area-

Montgomery Humane Society
1150 John Overton Drive
Montgomery, AL 36110
Phone: (334) 409-0622
Fax: (334) 409-0624

Montgomery Advertiser December 11, 2009

Montgomery Humane Society tries new 'fix' for feral cat problem

"But some animal advocates say they have a solution to the feral cat problem -- a solution to limit its previously uncontrollable growth.

"It's called TNR -- Trap/Neuter/Release -- and it's a method that may prove revolutionary, said Rachel Tears, director of the Alabama Animal Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic on the Atlanta Highway.

"The clinic recently received a $1,000 grant from the Alabama Animal Control Association that will supply it with 30 TNR traps to place throughout the community so that feral cats can be spayed and neutered, vaccinated for rabies, and then returned to their colonies."

The TNR program is very new to the Montgomery Humane Society--suggest calling them for more details.

California-Marin County-

Marin Humane Society
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd.
Novato, CA 94949

The clinic provides vet care to Marin residents participating in the SHARE Program (Special Human-Animal Relationships). This program allows pet guardians to care for their pets after circumstances make it difficult for them to do it alone. By working with volunteers, participants can arrange for transportation and assistance to respond to their pet's veterinary needs.

The veterinarians and other clinic staff assist other animal rescue organizations and feral cat colony caretakers by providing discounted spay/neuter surgeries and health care.

The Marin Humane Society’s Cat Fund was established in 1992 to improve the quality of life for Marin cats, to expand shelter cat services, and to reduce the number of homeless cats and kittens in our community.

This fund sponsors low-cost spay and neuter clinics throughout the county, provides funding for veterinary care to elderly cats 8 years of age and older as part of the Senior Partners Program, gives financial support to cats in need of emergency care, and much more.

TNR, or trap, neuter and return, has been demonstrated to be a highly effective and humane way of preventing colonies from growing uncontrollably.

If you know of any cats living outdoors who have no one to take care of them, please call the Marin Humane Society at (415) 883-4621 right away. The best solution for each feral cat depends on its specific situation, so the Marin Humane Society helps ferals in a variety of ways:

• We can connect you to organizations that will safely trap feral cats so that they can be spayed or neutered, such as Marin Friends of Ferals, based in San Rafael, Marin Cat Connection in Tiburon, and Planned Feralhood in West Marin.

• Some veterinarians are willing to spay and neuter feral cats, and the Marin Humane Society hands out vouchers that cover up to $100 of the cost of the surgeries.

If you have seen any cats living on their own, please call the Marin Humane Society at (415) 883-4621 and we will work with you to find the best way to improve the welfare of these animals who live all around us.


Animal Aid Network, Inc.
1001 North Main Street
Phone: (928) 649-2601

MISSION: Animal Aid Network, Inc. is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that provides a low-cost Spay Neuter Incentive Program (SNIP) and Saving Animals with Veterinarian Emergencies (SAVE) Fund. Our organization is dedicated to helping animals by educating the community about the need to be responsible pet owners, ending the problem of animal overpopulation by promoting and providing financial assistance for spaying and neutering, providing emergency veterinary financial aid to those in need, and creating awareness and support for the humane treatment of all animals.

Feral Cat Services: Animal Aid Network can provide a humane trap free of charge and will help with the sterilization costs to anyone who wants to trap and sterilize feral cats. AAN does not have volunteers for a Feral Cat Program at this time.

California-Contra Costa County (east)-

Homeless Animals' Lifeline Organization-HALO
P.O. Box 2011
Antioch, Ca. 94531
voice mail 925-473-4642

Do you need help with:

Spaying and neutering feral cats? You must live in East Contra Costa County. No income requirement.  Contact us at 925-473-4642.

Help with feeding feral cats. You must have transportation to pick up food as it becomes available. Food will be from various brands.  No income requirements. Contact us at 925-473-4642.


PO Box 804
Clarion, PA  16214

FOOD BANK:  Pet food is purchased and distributed to local food banks and cat colony caregivers.

TRAP/NEUTER/RETURN:  Pays for feral feline spays/neuters that otherwise would not be possible.

Contact them for more information.

North Carolina-Gaston County-

Animal League of Gaston County
972 E. Franklin Boulevard
Gastonia, NC 28054
704.868.HOPE (4673)

Low-cost spay and neuter clinic--low-cost vaccinations also available. Feral cats welcome.  Appointment necessary-link for that on the page.

Free Spays and Neuters for Those on Public Assistance
Please contact Gaston County Department of Animal Control 704.922.8677 or 704.922.8678
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New Jersey-West Milford-

West Milford Animal Shelter
P.O. Box 72 - Lycosky Drive
West Milford, New Jersey 07480

Low cost spay and neuter certificates for cats available.

West Milford Messinger December 24, 2009

West Milford - The township council approved a trap-neuter-return policy for feral cats in West Milford. The policy attempts to ease the problems that over-populations of wild cats can cause in neighborhoods.

This ordinance names the West Milford Animal Shelter Society as a sponsor and gives it the responsibility to review and approve caregivers, those who feed, water and shelter the cats, of feral cat colonies. It also specifies that the shelter will bear any costs for caring for the cats.

Suggest you contact the shelter for more information about their programs for ferals.

Illinois-Seneca-Grundy County-

Just Animals Shelter
Physical Address: 2996 N. 26th Rd.
Mailing address: PO Box 298
Seneca, IL 61360
Phone: 815-357-1223
Fax:  815-357-6744

Morris Daily Herald December 24, 2009

SENECA – Just Animals Shelter is offering transport on Friday, Jan. 15, for neutering and spaying Seneca’s feral and free-roaming cats.

This is offered through a PetSmart Grant to help the community.

The guidelines are:

• There is no charge for spaying or neutering any feral or free-roaming cat in the city of Seneca.

• You are responsible for early morning drop off and pick up in late afternoon on Jan. 15.

If you are unable to comply with the guidelines, Just Animals is there to help with a low-cost-to-you spay/neuter vaccine service.

Call (815) 357-1223 or stop by for applications.

Their website indicates they sponsor regular vaccination/wellness clinics--the 2010 dates are not yet posted.
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North Carolina-Columbus-Polk and Upper Spartanburg Counties-

Foothills Humane Society
989 Little Mountain Road
Columbus, NC 28722
Phone: (828) 863-4444
FAX (828) 863-2122

Feral Cat Problems?
Po' Kitties is a group of volunteers concerned about the welfare of feral cats in Polk and Upper Spartanburg Counties operating under the auspices of the Foothills Humane Society.  The  Po’ Kitties Program works with you to trap, neuter and release feral cats, provide support for colony caretakers, and to socialize and adopt feral kittens.   If you have a feral cat in your area or would be willing and able to sponsor a colony, give us a call at 863-4444.
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North Carolina-Highlands & Jackson Counties-

Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society
200 Gable Dr.
Cashiers, NC 28774

If you would like to be part of the solution in controlling stray cats in your community, the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society can help. We can loan you a humane trap, provide kibble from our Food Bank, and organize spaying and neutering with our spay/neuter coupons. We can also take in the friendly cats and kittens for adoption, depending on space availability.

The Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society has a program to subsidize the cost of these procedures through our spay-neuter coupons. We will pay:

$55.00 for a canine spay
$40.00 for a canine neuter
$45.00 for a feline spay
$25.00 for a feline neuter.

You simply present the coupon to the veterinarian of your choice for the procedure, and the veterinarian mails the coupon to us with an invoice for payment. You are responsible for any charges in excess of the value of the coupon.

Spay-neuter coupons are available at the following locations:
Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society
Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce
Cashiers Village Veterinary Clinic
Tuckasegee Training Company
Bryant Art Glass, Highlands
Highlands Chamber of Commerce.
SHELTER: 828-743-5752
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Michigan-Kalamazoo and Van Buren Counties-

Animal's Best Friend Fund
P.O. Box 443
Oshtemo, MI 49077     

Providing a subsidy for spay or neuter surgery is our main function. We also provide a limited feral cat program where we will pay for the neuter or spay and the felv/fiv combo test. Funding for this program is limited. Please call for details.
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