Every year there are more then 77,500 cats put down in North Carolina. Most of them are community cats who could not be adopted because they are considered unadoptable. By helping these cats we can reduce the number being killed each year. Not only does that mean a better life for the cats but it means less money spent by taxpayers.
Caring for community cats is simple and straight forward – food, water, shelter and most important having them spayed/neutered & vaccinated. You can get started on getting the cats you care for spay/neutered and vaccinated by filling in our SNIP Fund for Community Cats form.View More