What Is a Cat Care Society?

A Cat Care Society is a group of people who come together to better the lives of cats and kittens. They accomplish this by:

• Providing food and shelter for stray, abandoned and surrendered cats and kittens;

• Promoting responsible pet ownership through spay/neuter programs, public education campaigns;

• Rescuing sick or injured animals;

• Providing help to feral (wild) cat colonies such as providing food, water and shelter;

• Helping individuals find appropriate homes for their cats/kittens.

The primary objective of a Cat Care Society is to reduce the number of cats that are euthanized in shelters. Individual groups may have specific they would like to accomplish depending on their location. Please contact your local Cat Care Society for more information about what they are doing to help cats in your area.

For more information about cat care societies, see Wikipedia’s entry on Cat Rescue Organizations at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_rescue_organizations .

Please note that this article was created by someone who does not work with the Alliance to End Homelessness and may contain inaccuracies or outdated information. We encourage you to contact your local Cat Care Society to find out what they are doing in your community.

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