100% of Feral Cats & Kittens brought to Shelters DIE!
We've all seen them - the cats living in business areas, empty lots behind restaurants, at airports and schools... maybe in your own neighborhood or backyard. Unless spayed and neutered, these cats will continue to breed and reproduce at an astronomical rate.
The only humane way to reduce the feral and stray cat population is to actively Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). This keeps new cats from coming into the area, greatly reduces fighting and spraying behavior, improves the overall health of the cats and DIRECTLY REDUCES THE NUMBER OF ANIMALS BEING EUTHANIZED AT THE COUNTY SHELTERS!
The cats, who are often very shy and frightened of humans, are returned to their colonies with caregivers who are trained to provide food, shelter, medication, and re-trapping for additional veterinary care if needed. These cats can live long and happy lives in their home colonies with their feline friends and human caregivers.
Please get involved in this worthwhile program. For more information on how you can help or assistance with stray cats in your area, email us at -
Special Reduced Adoption Rate
$99 for All Kitties 1 year and older
The best way to introduce new cats by Jackson Galaxy
All proceeds benefit the kitties of Second Chance!
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We know that some of our cats, for whatever reasons old age, personality, or medical problems will never be adopted. We cherish these kitties and always want to be able to provide the best for them. We promised them that they would never again have to worry about having enough food to eat, a warm bed in which to snuggle, or a caring human to give them lots of love and to take care of their health.
That's why we have the SPONSOR-A-CAT program. You can become a sponsor for just $10 a month. Your donation will help pay to relocate a cat to a sanctuary where they will live cage-free in a safe, protected environment and receive love and attention, along with needed medical care.
To sponsor a cat, please choose one of them from here - SPONSOR CATS