Will the Humane Society euthanize my cat?

Will the Humane Society euthanize my cat?

Animal Humane Society provides post-surrender euthanasia services for pet owners at a reduced cost.

Are there animal shelters that take in cats?

Animal shelters already care for and try to find homes for untold thousands of lost, injured and abandoned cats, in addition to pet cats whose owners are unable or unwilling to keep them. Many animal shelters don’t have the staff or money to do TNR.

How does spaying and neutering community cats help?

Spaying or neutering community cats using Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) will reduce their numbers. Spaying or neutering pet cats before they reproduce will reduce their numbers and help stop pet overpopulation. What is Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)?

Can a pet be turned away from the Animal Humane Society?

Animal Humane Society helps thousands of dogs, cats, and critters in need find loving homes each year — and no animal is ever turned away. We take in every animal surrendered to us regardless of its health, age, breed, or behavior.

Is it humane to kill a stray cat?

It isn’t humane, or giving an animals a good shot at a decent home. Most likely this animal will become a feral stray, and slowly starve, get killed by a passing car or dog, or succumb to disease.

Is there still a no kill cat shelter?

Fried’s Cat Shelter is still a no-kill, cageless sanctuary that thoroughly believes in spaying and neutering as the most effective method to control the feline population. Today our shelter consists of two buildings and houses over five hundred cats.

Animal shelters already care for and try to find homes for untold thousands of lost, injured and abandoned cats, in addition to pet cats whose owners are unable or unwilling to keep them. Many animal shelters don’t have the staff or money to do TNR.

Spaying or neutering community cats using Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) will reduce their numbers. Spaying or neutering pet cats before they reproduce will reduce their numbers and help stop pet overpopulation. What is Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)?

Is the fried cat shelter still in operation?

The Frieds passed away in the early 1990’s, but their legacy is still being carried out today by our Board of Directors. Fried’s Cat Shelter is still a no-kill, cageless sanctuary that thoroughly believes in spaying and neutering as the most effective method to control the feline population.