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South County Cats

Cause Area

  • Animals

Location

26828 MAPLE VALLEY BLK DIAMOND RD SEMAPLE VALLEY, WA 98038 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our mission is to reduce euthanasia rates at local shelters and save lives through spay/neuter.

Description

South County Cats is an all-volunteer, spay/neuter assistance organization dedicated to reducing overpopulation, homelessness and euthanasia rates in our community.

Our main areas of focus are:

  • Spay/neuter of pet cats whose caregivers have limited financial resources
  • Fostering semi-socialized cats and kittens to increase their adoptability

In addition we:

  • Lend traps, carriers and cages, and provide instructions on their use
  • Assist with TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) of feral cats
  • Transport cats for spay/neuter surgery and provide post-surgical care
  • Educate the public about feral cats and available resources to help them coexist in our environment

Reviews

Would you recommend South County Cats?
2 reviews Write a review
by Deb S. (Administrator for this Organization) (May 1, 2018)
South County Cats is an amazing all-volunteer organization with so many different opportunities to help cats... I specialize in the trap-neuter-return of feral cats, care of feral cats before and after spay/neuter, and transport of cats to and from spay/neuter. Others in the organization specialize in fostering kittens, facilitating adoptions, community outreach & education, event planning and management, and many more.
by sandra s. from renton, WA (March 8, 2009)
I have trapped feral cats in my mobile home park with their help and they take them to be spayed or neutered and only ask for a donation if you can, it's not required. The cats are then placed for adoption or relocated to a barn home. I know they are cared for from start to finish & they will bend over backwards to help you help the cats and you can get help on weekends or times that are convenient for you. Contact them!

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