Additional Resources & Links
Through a partnership between PetSmart Charities® and the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), this comprehensive and searchable database will help you find low-cost spay/neuter programs in your community, including FCCO.
Spay/Neuter Assistance Programs in Oregon and SW Washington
OREGON Spay & Save is a project of the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP), of which FCCO is a founding member. ASAP seeks to dramatically reduce the euthanasia of cats across the Portland, Oregon, metro area. FCCO's role is to provide spay/neuter services for feral and stray cats for this program, as well as the pet cats of qualified residents on public assistance. Click here for more information about Spay & Save services. Take advantage of this Portland Metro area-wide initiative that will save you money and save thousands of cats by preventing overpopulation!
OREGON Oregon Spay/Neuter Fund - Provides the OS/NF coupon for low-cost spay/neuter through FCCO, as well as at several veterinary clinics in the Portland area and the Willamette Valley and Coast. Print a metro-area coupon.
OREGON, HOOD RIVER PROD (Promoting Responsible Ownership of Dogs, Inc.) - Provides financial assistance to have pets, including cats, spayed/neutered in the Hood River area. 541-387-3647
OREGON, MCMINNVILLE McMinnville Veterinary Hospital - Only for caregivers living in Yamhill County and only for feral cats. Cats must be in traps. 503-472-6184
Oregon Animal Welfare Organizations
OREGON, ASHLAND: Friends of the Animal Shelter
OREGON, BEAVERTON Indigo Rescue & Adoption
OREGON, CORVALLIS Heartland Humane Society
OREGON, JACKSON COUNTY S.N.Y.P. (Spay/Neuter Your Pet)
OREGON, PORTLAND The Integrated Animal - Helping with pet health and behavioral problems using the TTouch method.
OREGON, SALEM Friends of Felines - Salem Friends of Felines is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit all volunteer-run organization dedicated to reducing the pet overpopulation problem through our spay and neuter program. Adoption center inside PETsMART of Lancaster Drive in Salem, OR. Volunteers and donations always needed.
OREGON, SALEM Willamette Humane Society
OREGON, SHERWOOD C.A.T. (Cat Adoption Team) No-Kill Shelter
Other Regional Feral Cat & Cat Rescue Organizations
ARIZONA, TUCSON Friends of Alley Cats of Tucson
CALIFORNIA Rescuers.com - California's online directory for dog, cat and companion animal rescue
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES Kitten Rescue
CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO San Diego Feral Cat Coalition - The site has lots of information about feral cats, including articles about trap/neuter/release programs, taming feral kittens, and humane trapping. Well worth visiting!
CALIFORNIA, SILICON VALLEY Silicon Valley Friends of Ferals
ILLINOIS, LAKE COUNTY Spay and Stay
INDIANA, SOUTH BEND The Michiana Feral Cat Initiative
PENNSYLVANIA, PITTSBURGH Animal Friends
TEXAS, A&M UNIVERSITY Aggie Feral Cat Alliance of Texas (AFCAT)
UTAH, SALT LAKE CITY Community Animal Welfare Society (CAWS)
WASHINGTON DC Alliance for Stray Animals and People
WASHINGTON DC Feline Foundation of Greater Washington, Inc.
WASHINGTON, PUGET SOUND The Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project
WASHINGTON, SEATTLE Friends of Campus Cats
Alley Cat Allies - This national feral cat network promotes humane feral cat population control throughout the United States,conducts workshops, publishes and distributes resource materials, and operates the Feral Friends Network, which links novice caregivers with experienced colony caretakers. Also features many links to other feline rescue sites.
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary - is the nation's largest for abused and abandoned cats and dogs and other animals. Located in Angel Canyon outside Kanab, Utah, they receive animals from all over the country, and have no fewer than 1,800 being cared for at any given time.
Idealist Action Without Borders - A nonprofit organization that promotes the sharing of ideas, information and resources to help build a world where all people can live free, dignified and productive lives. This is a great site for finding all kinds of nonprofit groups on the web (it links to over 14,000!), and for listing your own group's site!
Pets911 - This site is a collaboration of many animal welfare groups and includes adoptable pets, lost and found, links to thousands of animal welfare organizations, and helpful information on how you can help animals. Pets 911 also has a toll-free phone hotline (1-888-PETS-911) that allows everyone to access the important, life-saving information they provide.