The Feral Cat Coalition is an all-volunteer organization whose goal is to reduce the suffering and overpopulation of feral and abandoned cats through humane TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). When appropriate, we will loan humane traps with instructions for the purpose of trapping, neutering and returning feral and abandoned cats to their caretakers. ALL cats MUST have reservations before being trapped.
Since we are an all-volunteer organization dedicated to TNR, we are unable to remove or relocate any cats; please contact your nearest animal control facility if that is your intention. We are also unable to operate as an adoption agency for cats or kittens, or as a spay/neuter service for pets. If you need information on low cost spay/neuter services for your pet in San Diego, please call the Animal Welfare Foundation at (619) 702-4400 or in San Diego's North County area, call Pet Assistance at (855) 738-7349.
If you would like our help, please complete the form below, but first, please take a look at our page of frequently asked questions. For spay/neuter clinic reservations, please call the FCC hotline at (855) FCC-CATS. You may also visit the information page of this website to download helpful information, such as instructions on how to tame feral kittens.
Please note that if you have an emergency situation, it's important to provide your phone number below.
[Page updated October 2016]