Our Goals:

​Many municipalities across the country have tried to solve the problem of feral cat colonies by capturing and killing them. However, with an estimated 70 million feral cats living in the US and an ability to quickly reproduce, euthanization has just not been feasible. Further, the public has been more inclined toward animal rights and less tolerant of senseless killing. Trap-neuter-(vaccinate)-release is effective and humane. 

In 2013, only 18 cats were spayed, neutered,  and vaccinated.  However, that number drastically increased to 69 in 2014. We have more than tripled out rescued cats to 182 in 2015. With your help,  we hope to save over 300 hundred cats and kittens this year!

If you think you can help us help the cats, please visit our Donate Page.  Every little bit helps, and everything goes to the animals.

We appreciate anything and everything.  You have our sincerest thanks!

Meet Our Team

Michael Jones


Saving the lives of feral cats and kittens

Spaying/neutering feral cats and kittens in order to reduce overpopulation


Vaccinate every feral cat and kitten that is trapped 

Ear-tip every adult feral cat to signify that it has been sterilized

Provide wound care to any feral cat or kitten that requires it

Return the feral adult to its colony, providing its colony has a caretake

Re-locate the feral adult to a new home, providing the new home has a caretaker

Provide emergency care to abandoned kittens

Rehabilitate kittens and young feral cats and find them forever homes

Our Mission 

Feral Cats Need Love Too
Toni Smith