CC4C has limited foster space and because feral cats are extremely difficult, often impossible to tame, most fosters cannot take feral cats. CC4C may be able to help with the TNR (trap, neuter, return, and return) of the cat. Please e-mail or call our hotline and state what assistance you need and how you can help. Feral cats are part of the community, and it is expected that you will continue to care for the cat by providing water and feeding the cat to keep it is as an “outdoor” cat.
If cat is tame (or young kittens):
CC4C is limited on foster space and we fill up quickly due to high demand each kitten season. We can help more cats if you are able to foster the cat/kittens yourself at your home with CC4C support. We cannot provide food and litter but we do provide medical support that includes defleaing, deworming, vaccinations, leukemia testing, spay or neuter, and veterinarian visits, arranged by your CC4C sponsor, if necessary. Please e-mail or call our hotline and state your location, number of cat/kittens, approximate ages, and if you are able to foster or not. If you would like to keep the cat/kittens but need help to catch or trap them, please e-mail or call our hotline with that information.
If the kittens are very young (bottle-babies) and there is no mama-cat:
CC4C is very limited on fosters that are able to bottle-feed kittens. If you would like to commit to bottle-feeding, we can support you with that very rewarding experience. See our information on Bottle Babies. Please e-mail or call our hotline and state your location, number of kittens, approximate ages, and if you are able to foster or not. If bottle babies are taken to the shelter, they are likely to be euthanized because they are not weaned and cannot eat on their own.