Our Community Cat Program was developed to educate the public about free-roaming cats, supply food for community cats and personal pets, offer resources for free and low-cost medical care, loan traps and offer transportation assistance, provide free and low cost spay/neuter surgeries, and place adoptable cats and kittens into loving homes.
 
Through sterilization, we intend to control the birth of unwanted kittens. Vaccinations will prevent disease in cats and, with the aid of a microchip, we intend to eliminate unneccessary killing. The microchips will ensure the cats’ safe return to their community caregivers should they be picked up by Animal Services, who currently euthanize cats in a trap without a microchip. In addition, the senseless killing of kittens due to overpopulation at animal services will be reduced, if not eliminated.