Here we’ve compiled some resources for those in the community who just want to be a better ally to all cats.
FIV stands for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. It is a slow moving virus that can affect a cat’s immune system and ability to fight infection. Studies have proven that cats with FIV have the same life expectancy as cats without FIV if proper precautions are taken.
Caring for Feral Cats
Feral cats need help too. Often these cats are sent back to where they came from after TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), as they are unadoptable due to being unsocialized to humans.
You can help community cats by getting them neutered/spayed, then leaving out protected food and water stations, and leaving out shelters during the winter. It’s very important to be sure your local feral cats are spayed/neutered, so they can’t keep producing kittens.
If you’re adopting from us, or taking in a cat from elsewhere, you will need to plan ahead. See our checklist by clicking the button below.