Their “safe environment” may be with an existing colony, a barn environment (visit our Relocation Program page), or in a family home. The decision is based on what is best for the cat given their level of socialization, personality, health and any other extenuating circumstances. Regardless of their location, we ensure they receive proper food, shelter and overall care.
In addition to rescue, we work to educate communities in the importance of spay and neuter, build partnerships with other ‘no kill’ organizations and, lastly, to change attitudes toward feral cats who we believe deserve the same chance to live a happy, peaceful life that domestic cats enjoy.
If you have feral cats in your community and would like to join our efforts in resolving the feral cat crisis, we can assist you through TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) process. If you need traps, we suggest going through the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (FCCO). They lend traps for a small refundable deposit if you take the kitties there for spay/neuter.
Be sure to visit our Available Cats page as our rescues are simply the sweetest cats you’ve ever met. They’re just purring and waiting for someone to love–and to love them.
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