Our dream is to live in a community where all feral & stray cat populations are neutered and healthy, no kittens are born on the streets, and all cats in need of a home have one. Until that time, we will continue to do all that we can do to make that dream a reality.
To create a better life for feral and stay cats in our community by reducing overpopulation and providing education on the importance of neutering pets.
Trap Neuter Return (TNR)
TNR is a humane way to address the overpopulation of homeless cats. It saves cats lives and is effective. A pair of breeding cats can have at least two to three litters per year, which can exponentially produce 420,000 kittens over a seven-year period. TNR improves the lives of cats, addresses community concerns, reduces complaints about cats, and stops the breeding cycle. With the help of the community, we can make a difference and reduce overpopulation.
Education plays a key role in reducing the number of feral and stray cats in a community. We are doing as much as we can to spread the word on the importance of neutering pets and the ways to reduce cat overpopulation. By attending fairs, writing articles and speaking to folks whenever we can; we hope to create a dialogue, correct misconceptions around feral cat populations and offer ways for the community to help.
When we are able, we rescue cats and kittens from areas where we are working to reduce cat populations. We provide cats and kittens needed medical care, spay and neuter, foster care and socialization in preparation for adoption. We are not a rescue and do not have any facilities, so all kittens and cats are fostered by our volunteers. Because these cats are in our homes (not in cages), our fosters know each cat's personality and temperament and can match you with your perfect feline friend.
Meet Some Friends in Need of a Forever Home
We have more kittens that will be ready for adoption soon. Please see our Adoption page for more information on adopting and submit a "Contact Us" if you are interested in adopting.