What do I do if I find a stray cat?
Put out food, water, and look for a way to provide some type of shelter.  If you can bring the cat in - even better!  If you need more assistance, look up local rescue groups in your area and contact them.  Don't wait until it's too late!  Every day is a struggle for homeless cats!

Where can I find low-cost/affordable spay/neuter options?
For affordable spay/neuter resources, visit our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter option under the Resources tab.

I have several stray cats on my property!  What can I do to help these cats?
Click on the Helping Homeless Cats option under the Resources tab for helpful tips and resources in the area.

What is an ear tip?
We use the word “eartip” to describe when a small portion of the tip of a community cat’s ear is surgically removed during neuter surgery, as part of a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program, to show that the cat has been neutered and vaccinated. Eartipping is done while the cat is anesthetized and is not painful for the cat. Eartipping is the most effective way to identify neutered community cats from a distance, to make sure they are not trapped or undergo surgery a second time.