We have kittens and cats for adoption. Please visit our Petfinder site for The Owl House to see them. They may not all be featured, so please feel free to inquire.
The American Cat Project is a web site for people who have discovered hissing kittens hiding under the porch, skinny cats begging in the coffee-shop parking lot, or feline shadows lurking in the local park.
If you aren't the kind of person who can just walk away, you aren't alone.
The street cat or wharf cat is the original American cat. Countless kittens are pulled from the streets into homes, and countless more feral (wild) cats remain outdoors, uncared for. They were once ignored to live or die. But now caring neighbors are unwilling to turn a blind eye to cat overpopulation and street cat suffering. They want to do something to stop the problem.
They aren't just wild cats. They are our cats. They are American cats.
The American Cat Project is a neighbors-helping-neighbors program of The Owl House (formerly Wildrun). We provide local cat rescuers and land owners with information and support as they tackle cat issues. We help get kittens and friendly cats off the streets, and aid landowners in neutering and rabies-vaccinating feral and barn cats.
We provide training, equipment, free boarding during surgical recovery, and support.
Visit our blog at owlhousecats.blogspot.com to share our daily work!
There are many excellent sites already that provide simple, clear information and fact sheets on how to rescue feral cats. Why reinvent the wheel?
For excellent fast instruction on feral cat rescue via trap/neuter/return (TNR), we suggest you visit the following sites:
For an outline on cat removal in controlled residential situations:
Visit our site via the links to the left. Check out The Owl House blog (http://owlhousecats.blogspot.com) to see daily happenings in our cat facility and on the street.
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