Adopt a Cat
Looking for a new best feline friend? You’ve come to the right place! Stray Cat Alliance adoptions are held every Sunday in Los Angeles, during which truly remarkable cats are given the opportunity for a new life in a forever home—like yours. Read More
Who's That Cat
So very sad, but so very true: Many cats labeled “feral” were once someone’s pet and are now rightfully confused and terrified to have been abandoned or lost. If there are at a shelter, they’re in real danger.
These “feral” cats aren’t officially “feral,” but rather, they are “stray.” We also call them “community,” “free-roaming, “social” or “un-socialized” cats. They’re all cats and we’re here to help them.
If you’ve found a stray cat on its own, chances are someone’s beloved pet has gone missing. It’s a situation that all responsible, caring pet owners dread. Think how you’d want someone to act if this was your pet. We’re assuming you’re not the sort of person who’d walk or drive right by a lost cat.
Desperately Seeking Mom or Dad:
“Found Cat” Essentials:
If you’re already a cat owner, you already know what your found cat requires. If not, here’s a short list. At this stage, you’re hopeful you’ll locate the owner and that your new friend’s stay will be temporary.
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In The Meantime
Websites for Lost and Found Pets