Unfortunately things happen in life that cause people to be unable to keep caring for their pets. We know how hard it is when something beyond your control causes you to have to part ways with your companion. Often people contact us to take their cats in; however, we do not have a physical shelter and have limited space in foster homes. We recommend you post fliers at your vet’s office; use social media to put the word out to friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors; and should you find yourself in an urgent situation and there is no other choice but to take your cat to a shelter, please visit the No Kill Network. In addition, our friends at Cat’s Cradle Rescue have a page on their website called “Offered by Owner” Program. There you will find some wonderful advice and resources as well.
If you become aware of feral cats on your property and need assistance with trapping and/or relocating the cats, we ask that you complete our Feral Cat Surrender Form. Please understand that submitting the form is NOT a guarantee we can immediately assist you; however, you will receive a response indicating if/when we can be of assistance. Another resource to keep in mind is the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (FCCO) located in Portland. They loan out traps to the public and you can also schedule feral cats and kittens to be spayed/neutered, vaccinated and treated for parasites at their weekly clinics for a nominal suggested donation.