If the cat is in immediate need of medical help please call your local SPCA right away. If the cat is not in immediate need of medical help, click here and follow the steps to attempt to identify if the cat has an owner.
Depending on the space and time of year we may be able to help immediately or we may ask you to keep an eye on the kitty until we are able to help. We always make space to help pregnant strays, kittens or injured animals immediately.
Feral (wild) cats cannot be touched and do not want to be touched by people. We are unable to accept feral cats into our care for several reasons including the safety of staff and volunteers to properly house these cats, the undue stress it causes on a cat, and the inability to rehabilitate these cats without long intensive foster placements beyond our resources.
To help feral cats, we operate a Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) program during the summer months.