Nonprofit Clinics. If your clinic is in an economically‐deprived area and wishes to register with us to provide free cat spay/neuter services for all of your clients, we may be able to provide the funding. Examples are here and here.
TNR Programs. If your group has an established TNR program following the principles of Feral Colony Management, we may be able to help through providing periodic (typically monthly) reimbursements to cover essential veterinary costs. An example of such a program is here.
Bridge Funding. If you are working with spay/neuter grants from major nonprofits and have a gap in funding due to administrative delays, contact us for temporary assistance so your programs aren't adversely affected. An example is here.
Spay/Neuter Events. If your nonprofit puts on periodic spay/neuter events — through a mobile clinic or other — we may be able to pay the direct veterinary costs so the participants would not be charged. An example of such an event is here.
George’s Fund. We recently received a generous bequest in memory of a feral cat we helped in 2002 when his caregivers of over 10 years moved to a retirement community and transferred his care to us. To honor his — and their memories — we’re earmarking their bequest to help in non-standard situations that fall between the lines of our programs but are still in keeping with our mission. We know that George — a cat that lived between the lines himself — and his caregivers would approve. To learn more, click here.