Important: All cats must have reservations before being trapped.
This form takes 3-5 minutes to fill out and submit. Once it is completed, please be patient with us, as we respond to inquiries in the order in which they are received.
If this is an urgent matter regarding a feral or stray cat who is sick, injured or pregnant, please call us at 855-FCC-CATS and leave a message. We will call you back as soon as possible.
Trap-Neuter-Return is the only proven and humane method for controlling the feral and stray cat populations. Removing cats is not only cruel, but it is almost always deadly for the cat and only leaves space for new cats to come in and take their place. Spaying and neutering will help eliminate unwanted behaviors such as spraying, fighting, in-heat howling and overpopulation. Read this article about “The Vacuum Effect.”
Most outdoor cats with no known owner qualify for this program. They do not have to be feral in behavior. Friendly cats who are stray, with no signs of ownership, may also qualify for this free program!
Please note that we are unable to remove or relocate any cats; please contact your nearest animal control facility if that is your intention.
FVRCP Vaccine: $0 (suggested $5 donation)
Rabies Vaccine: $0 (must weigh 4 lbs. or more)
Flea Treatment: $0
Microchip $15 (optional)
Additional treatments such as fluids, ear mite/skin mite treatment, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, anti-nausea, and others are also available at no charge if needed and recommended by the vet. FeLV/FIV testing is not available by request, nor is it recommended unless a doctor calls for testing.
Medical conditions within our capacity, such as wounds and other injuries, are almost always covered by the Feral Cat Coalition. There may be some situations where a caregiver will be asked to contribute based on severity or length of surgical time.
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