Feral Cat Food and Medical Assistance

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Georgia-Harris County-


Humane Society of Harris County
P.O. Box 264
Hamilton, GA 31811

Since November 2007 we have begun the following initiatives:

Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Fund — established a small fund to assist in the spaying and neutering of the feral cat population in the county.

Contact them for more information.

Arizona-Cochise County-


Cochise County Humane Society
P.O. Box 1516
Sierra Vista AZ 85636


CCHS is in receipt of an $8,000 grant from the Bonnie Kay Fund at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.  We are using this grant to spay/neuter/vaccinate Free Roaming Cats (FRC) in the greater Sierra Vista area;  purchase additional equipment; provide additional medical care as needed.  We are currently working with multiple colonies, the largest of which has about 70 cats.  Our continuing goal is to reduce the Free Roaming Cat provide food to Colony Care Givers, when needed;overpopulation through our Trap/Neuter/Return program.


Companion animal and feral cat spay/neuter inquiries, please call 520-803-7385


Sierra Vista Herald January 10, 2010

"Grant money through the state’s special license plate program will allow the Cochise County Humane Society to fund spays and neuters for those who might need assistance.

"Arizona’s Pet Plate program has awarded the society $7,500 for dog spays and neuters, along with $2,500 designated for the sterilization of free-roaming cats.

"In addition, the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office received an $8,000 grant to be used for companion animal spays and neuters. Financial assistance using Pet Plate funds is available at all mobile clinics sponsored by the Cochise County Humane Society. The procedures are performed by Animal Rural Klinic, a mobile practice that travels to Willcox, Elfrida, Whetstone, Tombstone and Sierra Vista.

"Anyone with free-roaming cats in their area or who would like to have their pets sterilized can bring them to one of the ARK clinics for spaying or neutering.

“"We ask that you call first to make an appointment and arrange for financial assistance, if it’s needed,” Redding said. “The number is (520) 803-7385.” "

Contact them for more information about help for feral cats.



Humane Society of Central Arizona
(formerly Payson Humane Society)
812 S. McLane Road
Payson, AZ  85547
(928) 474-5590
Fax-(928) 474-4341


Payson Roundup January 9, 2010

The Humane Society of Central Arizona (formerly Payson Humane Society) has received a $5,000 grant from the Arizona Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Committee, to be used to spay and neuter our community’s feral cats.


If you or someone you know is feeding Feral cats ~ please call "Payson Friends of Ferals" at (928) 474-1836.

We will help you "trap, spay/neuter, and return them.

Contact them for more information about their feral cat programs.



Faithful Friends
12-a Germay Drive
Wilmington, DE 19804

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


Public, FREE Pet Food Bank open during public shelter hours for pet owners/colony caretakers in financial crisis All food is donated - supplies limited Dog and cat food/treat coupons NEEDED manufacturer only, non-expired coupons to keep food bank stocked.


Public Adoption and Service Hours
Monday & Tuesday - Closed to Public
Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday: 1:00 pm-7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

For questions about adopting a cat, placing a cat for adoption or humane cat trapping for trap-neuter return program email Kathy at:

Massachusetts-Haverhill, Lawrence, Methuen, North Andover, Andover Groveland-
New Hampshire-Plaistow-Merrimack Valley area-


Animal Rescue Merrimack Valley
PO Box 8006
Bradford, MA 01835-8006

Animal Rescue Merrimack Valley is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that provides:

Spay/neuter/feeding for feral cats
Low cost spay/neuter programs

Care for sick and injured animals


Animal Rescue Merrimack Valley spends thousands of dollars every month on medical care for rescued and feral animals. This money is the lifeblood of our work, without it we cannot continue to help as many animals and low income owners as we do. Please consider making ARMV your charity of choice.
Your Donation Helps:

* Animal care and adoption
* Medical Care for injured and sick animals
* Sponsor low or no cost spay / neuter clinics


Low-no cost spay and neuter information-ARMV programs and the programs of other nearby shelters.

Contact them for more information.


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