Our focus is to reduce cat overpopulation by implementing a trap-neuter-return [TNR] program and to educate the public on the benefits of this non-lethal method of population control.
We are an all-volunteer group totally dependent upon goodwill and donations to reduce the feral cat overpopulation by using a humane solution, called Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR], to try to decrease their numbers.
There are so many ways to help out these wonderful animals in such need. We are continually trapping, taking animals to get altered, finding fosters or being foster homes, or helping spread the word!
Looking for love? Thank you for your interest in adopting from Habitat for Cats! Our adoption team looks forward to helping you find a pet that is a great match for you and your family.
Not all cats are suitable for adoption into homes - but they can be unsafe in colonies where they are not wanted or cared for. They can be massively beneficial to homesteads, barns, shops or warehouses. They are not just stray cats that linger, they can be far more valuable than that! Click below for some of the many benefits of Barn Cats!
Your support helps us in so many ways! Just a few of them are listed below.
Our team helps relocate and alter over a hundred cats throughout the year.
Many of these unfortunate animals are simply abandoned and left
Donations are often used to purchase equipment used to trap, transport, and relocate cats rescued by our team.
Habitat for Cats is an official 503c registered non-profit since 1999. Your donations go directly to the help and support of our organization and our cause.
We often provide initial feeding, bedding, and often basic shelter for colonies that we have served.
Although we take work with several charitable organizations willing to provide discounted spaying and neutering rates for our rescue animals, we are often still required to fund these alterations.