Feral Cats and Kittens Spay/Neuter Resources

A feral cat has been separated from domestication and has returned to a wild state. They may live alone, but are usually found in groups called feral colonies.

It's important to spay/neuter ALL cats because they become pregnant repeatedly every year and have five to seven kittens in each litter. An unaltered female cat can produce hundreds of kittens in a lifetime, and if those offspring are not spay/neutered, the population explodes. Our shelter receives hundreds of feral cats and kittens every year. Please do everything you can to make sure that every cat is spay or neutered. ​

Trap-Neuter-Return

Feral Cat Information from the Humane Society of the United States 

Spay/Neuter Information and Resources (Regional and National):

We are providing this list as a service to the animal lovers in the Sacramento area, but it changes often. These organizations are not related to the Bradshaw Animal Shelter or Sacramento County in any way and appearance on this list does not constitute endorsement. ​​