We hope you have found our series on feral cat care informative. If you have missed any of the series, here are the links: First Step; Stray, Feral, Pet; The Feral Fix; Why TNR; Cat Colony Care; TNR: Humane Trapping; and Colony Carer Help. We are still looking to hear from people involved with feral cats – carers, vets who offer low-cost help with feral cat colonies, someone who has a adopted a former feral or kitten from a feral litter. Leave a comment below to tell us your story or let us know if you’d like to contribute your story as an interview or guest blog.
To wrap up this series, we have researched other feral cat organizations around the US and world. If you are outside of the Cats in Tow area, consider getting involved with one of the organizations below or something similar. These organizations are committed to spaying/neutering, keeping adult cats healthy and preventing kittens from being born into the wild and without adoption placements and ultimately, killed by many overcrowded shelters who don’t have any other options.
Spaying/neutering your own animal, donating money or supplies to shelters, volunteering at shelters, adopting a shelter animal, caring for feral cat colonies, getting the word out about spaying and neutering. There is so much you can do!
Around the US:
Around the world:
This is by no means an exhaustive list, just a quick survey of the web to show how many cats out there need your help. If you don’t find your area above, search online. There is sure to be an organization near you.