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Our dedicated all-volunteer staff strives to humanely trap, neuter, and return (TNR) feral cats to control the feral cat population as a highly effective alternative to euthanasia. Since a pair of feral cats that are not spayed or neutered can produce close to 420,000 offspring over a seven year period, TNR can potentially save hundreds of thousand of lives. Click here for links to low-cost spay and neuter clinics in the area.
Fff is non-profit 501c(3) organization. KFCF was founded in 2000 by a small group of people dedicated to the care of Knoxville's feral cats. The ever-growing group works on a volunteer basis to feed, water, and TNR hundreds of feral cats in the Knoxville area. We do not take in unwanted pets, but we will direct you to the appropriate agency. We are funded solely from private donations and fundraisers, and 100% of our monies are used to care for and control the feral cat strongly believes in the practice of TNR, and it is the mos