Find Cats or Kittens?
LA is home to an estimated 3 million homeless cats and just 3.9 million people. 1 female cat can have 12-16 kittens PER YEAR. Adoption alone isn't the answer, and shouldn't the goal be fewer animals in need of a home?
Until spay/neuter becomes a top priority for every cat, caring for homeless animals is EVERYONE’S responsibility.
Our goal is to fix cats and PREVENT unwanted litters of kittens to control the population of free roaming cats, and decrease the number of unwanted animals entering our overcrowded city shelters.
What We Do:
We’re part time volunteers dedicated to reducing the number of unwanted kittens, by donating our time to Trap/Neuter/Return or TNR.
Our volunteer trapping team utilizes the medical services provided by FixNation.org
Where We Help:
The Los Angeles neighborhoods of Los Feliz, East Hollywood, Virgil Village, Silver Lake/Echo Park, Chinatown, Glassel Park/Cypress Park/Eagle Rock/Highland Park, Rampart Village, and Downtown LA (Olympic Blvd. north to Main & Alameda)
What We DON'T Do:
We don’t have a facility, we rely on neighborhood fosters to care for the kitties our team rescues from the street while doing TNR. We do not re-home cats, relocate cats, or board cats. Our mission is to focus on SAVE KITTENS by fixing cats.