A non-profit organization dedicated to spaying and neutering stray, feral, and domesticated cats. We also find homes for stray cats and kittens.
For the Cats’ Sake (FtCS) depends completely on the kindness of your time and donations. On average, it costs FtCS $125 per cat for spay/neuter surgery, vaccines, and other assorted expenses. FtCS is a 100% volunteer operation. No donated funds are used to cover administrative overhead.
FtCS is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization; your donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Specifically, your donations are used to pay for:
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), including necessary vaccinations for feral and drop-off cat colonies
Spay/neuter assistance for cat owners who cannot afford to pay full costs
Medical costs for injured or sick cats as determined necessary and cost-effective
Cat owner and colony assistance in the form of food, shelter, and transportation.
As you can see, just our clinic costs for spaying and neutering are rising rapidly!
Donate any amount you wish. Every dollar helps!
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We operate a TNVR (trap, neuter, vaccinate & release) program, but find a few more R’s to add on the end . . . like Rescuing sick cats, Rehabilitating scared ones, and Rehoming any that we can. We need more funds to continue to pay for fixing the cats, getting them shots and feeding and caring for them during recovery.
All your donations are tax-deductible and go directly to the care of the cats.
We volunteers tend to buy office supplies and pick up all the free stuff we can, and one of our members has added heat and a/c to her shed so that the cats have a recovery center and place to hang out while they await a new home.