How to Help
We rely on donations to provide food for over 350 community cats on a daily basis. Donations are also needed for medical care and supplies.
As a non-profit 501 (c) (3) we rely on volunteers to help with hands-on cat care, as well as the business of cat care. Your unique skills and talents can help save cats.
Although TNR is our main focus, we do occasionally rescue kittens and cats from our colonies. These kittens and cats are fostered and socialized, and can be adopted in to loving forever homes.
How Individuals Can Help Community Cats
If you're feeding cats you see outdoors, you obviously care about them. The HSUS has created resources to help you provide the best care possible to community (feral and stray) cats.
Learn About Trap-Neuter-Return
Cat Symptom Checker
Using the petMD Cat Symptom Checker, you can easily search their 1,000+ cat health articles based on the symptoms your cat is experiencing. Simply select the area of the body that is being affected and then check off any appropriate symptom(s).
How to Help a Scared Cat
If your cat spends a lot of time hiding, you can help her come out into the open by making her life less scary and stressful.