- Addressing The Needs of Our Feral, Abandoned and Stray Cats by Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR)
- Improving the 19th Ward neighborhood of Rochester, NY by Reducing Our Outdoor Cat Population Through TNR
- Advocating For Responsible Pet Ownership and Spay/Neuter
- Fostering a Good Relationship Between Cats and People
- Contribute to our mission by donating below!
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Events and information:
What is a feral cat community?
A feral cat is an outdoor cat, living on its own or in a colony of other cats. Typically wary of humans, they are not socialized. To keep them healthy and safe and reduce their population over time they should be trapped, neutered, vaccinated and returned to their outside home or colony. Afterward they will no longer have litters and will stop fighting and roaming. To indicate that a feral cat has been neutered, most clinics will tip the cats left ear.
Found a kitten?
They’re so cute, they’re so fluffy, and so helpless but if you find a litter of kittens, please do not take them inside until you determine that the mother is gone or deceased. We can help! Find us on Facebook for assistance!
Resources for lost animals
Rochester Animal Services (RAS) 184 Verona St. (585) 428-7274
Lollypop Farm – The Human Society of Greater Rochester 99 Victor Road, Fairport, NY (585) 223-1330
Frank Vaccaro – Contact Via Facebook