If you feed feral or stray cats you know that 2 can turn into 8, who can turn into 30, who can turn into 120, . . . WE CAN HELP!
Friends of Homeless Felines can help you spay/neuter feral or stray cats that you are feeding at a discounted price.
Our program serves the following areas in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties
Please note: We are NOT a shelter. We DO NOT remove and relocate or help you place a feral or stray cat you don't want around your property. We DO NOT do not foster or find homes for kittens. We can help you to find a shelter that might take that feral or stray kitty for you. Please see our Links page.
- East Huntingdon Twp
- Mt. Pleasant Twp
How can neighborhoods and communities stop feral feline overpopulation?
Because of overpopulation, feral feline communities are all too frequently rounded up and, because they have had little or no human contact and are thus unadoptable, they are killed.
There is a better way to control feral cats: nonlethal feral feline population control, including Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), which uses humane, ethical methods to reduce feral cat populations.
Trap-Neuter-Return, practiced throughout much of North America and Europe, is a full management plan in which stray and feral cats already living outdoors in cities, towns, and rural areas are humanely trapped, then evaluated, vaccinated, and sterilized by veterinarians. Ear-tipping is performed to identify sterilized cats within a colony.
Kittens and tame cats can be adopted into good homes on a case by case basis. Healthy adult cats too wild to be adopted are returned to their familiar habitat under the lifelong care of volunteers.