CAT works to provide resources to help cat owners care for their pets.
CAT strives to teach local communities about the importance of TNVR and caring for animals.
CAT assists caretakers in maintaining and feeding groups of community cats.
CAT works to provide assistance and resources to low-income, elderly, or disabled pet owners so they may keep and care for their cats in their homes. If cats can stay with their owners, they can avoid unnecessary suffering, shelter surrender, or being euthanized. In order to achieve our goal, we will:
CAT seeks to increase awareness around the importance of the trap, neuter, vaccinate, and return (TNVR) process, along with the spaying and neutering of pet cats. Our volunteers have a wealth of knowledge and experience to help with various cat-related subjects. We also hope to promote our organization so that those who need our assistance will be able to find us, and so we can receive support from the communities we work in. In order to achieve this goal, we will:
CAT also works to maintain the health of of cats in feral colonies and small groups around central Virginia. Often, these colonies are already being looked after by the local community or persons, known as colony caretakers. CAT supports and maintains community cat colonies by: