One More River is dedicated to supporting humane methods of population control for unwanted animals. There are numerous programs across the country such as Trap, Neuter, and Release Programs and No-Kill Shelters that offer options to traditional animal control methods. Most of these programs begin at the grass roots level. We will be continually updated our links to these programs.
Neighborhood Cats was formed in 1999 to promote trap-neuter-return as the most humane and effective means of solving New York City's severe feral cat overpopulation crisis. We perform high profile TNR field projects which serve as models to the community and also provide hands-on assistance in other neighborhood-oriented projects. We hold workshops to teach feral cat caretakers how to properly manage their colonies, and we provide them with support services such as phone consultations, low-cost shelters and an e-mail network. Our goal is to establish TNR as the preferred method of feral cat control and, ultimately, to substantially reduce the number of cats born and living on our city's streets.
The Feral Cat Coalition is an organization that traps and spays/neuters feral cats, then returns them to their caretakers. This service is provided to the community at no cost by licensed veterinarians and volunteers with one goal in mind: reducing the enormous number of homeless, unwanted cats. If you are interested in starting a program in your area, contact the Feral Cat Coalition. We have detailed information that will help you get up and, some of it is just interesting reading.
Alley Cat Allies is a national nonprofit clearinghouse for information on feral and stray cats. For more than a decade Alley Cat Allies has advocated trap-neuter-return (TNR) - the most humane and effective method to reduce feral cat populations.
Wild About Cats! is a campaign to promote an understanding of the feral cat's nature, origins, history, social structure, and niche in our society and environment. Wild About Cats! will present unvarnished facts about feral cats and successful methods for humans both to interact with them and to reduce their numbers.
Animalkind Inc. is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to the non-proliferation of unwanted animals, works for the protection and welfare of abandoned, feral and stray cats. We are dedicated to humanely reducing FELINE over population by preventing the birth of unwanted litters through Trap/Neuter/Return.
Alley Cat Advocates is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide for the humane treatment of unowned cats in our community. In striving to accomplish our mission, our efforts focus almost exclusively on directing a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program in the safest, most efficient and cost effective way possible.
The Cattery is a non-profit no kill cat shelter in Corpus Christi, Texas. If you don't live in Corpus Christi, no worry. You can "virtually adopt" a cat. The Cattery also has a MASH unit that provides low cost spay and neutering and has a Trap-Neuter-Release program.
PALS is dedicated to prevent suffering of, and cruelty to, all animals, to further humane education, and to find caring homes for as many pets and animals as our resources will permit.
Utopia Animal Rescue Ranch is howling happy! Come see why.
Blind Cat Rescue provides a no kill shelter for blind cats. They also recently opened a separate shelter for cats testing positive for FEL and FIV.
The Pat Brody Shelter for Cats is a non-profit, no-kill shelter. Volunteers rescue stray and abandoned cats and kittens and care for them until they are placed in good homes.
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