New law in Illinois will allow a portion of pet registration fees be used for TNR and low-cost spay and neuter

A new law in Illinois will go into effect on January 1, 2018, where counties can opt to use a portion of pet registration fees so low-income families can afford to spay or neuter their pets and feral colony caregivers can … please continue reading

They are going to stop feeding the harbor feral cats in Hawaii

Feral cats of Hawaii

The authority in Hawaii, which is concerned with managing the state’s public land, the Department of Land and Natural Resources, have decided that the feeding of feral cats at the state’s harbors is prohibited from last Friday, so reports Hawaii … please continue reading

Community Cats United, Inc-Rocks project will bring about global awareness of TNR

The mission of Community Cats United, Inc (Trap-Neuter-Return community) is to globally engage those who dedicate themselves to the care taking of community cats and their efforts to promote community cat well being. The organization will celebrate their third anniversary … please continue reading

Pilot Mountain passes ban on feeding wild animals, including feral and community cats

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina is a small town with a population of 1,444 (2016 statistics) It’s known for its connection with Mayberry and The Andy Griffith Show. This week the town is gaining a reputation on social media of being … please continue reading

Custody battle over Rally Cat: Who should own the now famous cat and why?

Who should own Rally Cat and why? People are divided on who should adopt the little cat who went viral August 9 when he ran across the field at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals game. That story was … please continue reading

Miami Beach: More than 100 feral cats are losing the only home they’ve ever known

Miami Beach, Florida is currently a very bad place to be part of a feral cat colony. Due to construction that’s moving forward as part of the Mid Beach Recreational Corridor, colony caretakers haven’t been given enough time to move … please continue reading