These organizations offer a variety of services to help feral cats and ways to assist your efforts to help feral cats in the community.
PO Box 1236 Mukilteo, WA 98275
All funds go toward the efforts of Trap-Neuter-Release, including paying for spay/neuters, vaccines, medical care for injured/sick free roaming cats, and the costs of fostering the kittens and tame cats who are removed from sites.
5415 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Their mission is to actively care for and educate people about feral cats, and to improve the lives of stray and feral cats through an active trap-neuter-return program. Can provide information and assistance with trapping and colony maintenance. Has a sanctuary for a limited number of feral cats.
PO Box 82734, Portland, OR 97282
Operates a monthly mobile spay/neuter clinic aimed at the feral cat population. Clinics are held in seven cities in Oregon and southwest Washington. Information about feral cats, trapping and caretaking is available on their website.
4001 198th St SW, Suite 3, Lynnwood, WA
Operates a free spay/neuter clinic aimed at humanely and effectively reducing the feral cat population. The clinic is open to the public. Call for a spay or neuter appointment or for information on trapping, taming feral kittens and other support materials. Does not provide shelter for feral cats.
13132 NE 177th Pl, Woodinville, WA 98072
Offers rental of humane traps, provides information to the public. Does not provide shelter for feral cats.
6401 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98408
Promotes and provides low-cost spay and neuter services for cats, dogs and rabbits.
230 McRae Road, Arlington, WA 98223
Operates a cats-only shelter with areas for feral cats and feline leukemia-positive cats.
31300 Brandstrom Rd, Stanwood, WA 98292
Offers free spay/neuter services to feral cats on Mondays. Call for more information or to make an appointment. Does not provide shelter for feral cats.
7920 Norfolk Ave #600, Bethesda, MD 20814
Provides a nationwide clearinghouse for information on feral and stray cats. Does not provide shelter for feral cats.
PO Box 90744, Raleigh, NC 27675
Operation Catnip: Policy Manual and Volunteer Guide explains how to implement a free spay/neuter clinic for feral and stray cats. The program was designed by veterinarians to utilize an all-volunteer staff and temporary surgical facilities. Operates regular clinics.
9528 Miramar Rd #160, San Diego, CA 92126
Offers information about feral cats and how to start a feral spay/neuter program in your area. Does not provide shelter for feral cats.