From the founders of Feral Alley Cats & Friends SPCA.
It all started when our friend passed away in December 2010. We inherited a large feral cat colony that was living outside of her home. We transported the cats to a veterinarian for spay or neuter procedures.The cats were released back to their original colony and we continue to monitor, care for and feed the colony every night. We have helped save the lives of animals for many years in Orange County and Riverside County. We realized that starting a nonprofit organization was what we wanted to devote our lives to.
We hope to help reduce the cat population by a method called Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). We also hope that our pledge program will help to reduce the number of cats and dogs out there. We also promote humane treatment of all animals and can give referrals to people on where they can get low cost spay and neuter surgeries for their cats and dogs.
Our pledge program will help pay for the cost of spay and neuter surgeries and vaccinations for feral cats in which we consider feral cats to be community cats that need to be cared for by a caretaker on a nightly basis. We support feral cat caretakers and we are feeding over 100 feral cats every night. We have trapped a lot of cats already and want to continue our mission.
We also would like to in the future help low income pet owners to pay for part of their cat or dogs spay or neuter surgeries. We have helped elderly and disabled people to trap and transport feral cats to have their spay or neuter surgeries. We have helped individuals pay for spay or neuter surgeries for their feral cats.
We think together that we can all make a difference and bring positive changes to animals lives as well as humans lives.
Feral Alley Cats & Friends SPCA Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductable. We rely on public donations to help run our programs. Our federal tax ID# is 45-1428507. Donations may be sent via Paypal safely and easily 24 hours a day.
Feral Alley Cats & Friends Team is feeding over 100 community cats every night. We monitor and care for these cats. We are in urgent need of donations so we can continue to feed, spay or neuter and vaccinate these cats. We also want to continue our pledge program that helps individual caretakers of community cats and to in the future help low income pet owners pay for part of their cat or dogs spay or neuter surgeries. Please donate to this great cause and anyone can sponsor a community cat. Thank you for your support!
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Please sponsor a community cat with a monthly donation to help care for, feed spay or neuter and vaccinate them. We desperately need help so that we can help reduce the cat population. The statistics are alarming and so many cats and kittens are being euthanized simply because there are not enough homes for them or they are not adoptable.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to saving thousands of lives one trap, spay or neuter at a time.