Do you take in cats and kittens? Can I surrender cats to your organization?
The primary mission and focus of our organization is TNR. We do not currently have an adoption or fostering program, therefore we do not house or intake cats.
However, we do partner with a cat rescue that can help you find homes for friendly cats or kittens IF YOU CAN FOSTER THEM in the meantime.
If you can foster, please get in touch with Claudia at https://www.furevercompanionscatrescue.org/
You can also try Kitten Rescue’s Community Foster Program. Google it for more info.
I need help with stray or feral cats in my neighborhood. Can you help?
Yes, we are here to help! Where are you located? First, please go to https://www.straypawsanimalhaven.org/tnrapplication and check the map to make sure the cats who need trapping are located in our service area.
If they are, please proceed by watching the video and filling out the TNR application. A member of our team will respond to your inquiry within 24-48 hours.
If the cats are not located in our service area, please check our resources pages for other spay & neuter options.
Do I need an appointment to bring in cats for TNR?
Yes, our spay and neuter surgery days are Wednesdays through Saturdays. If you are not yet registered to trap for us, please do so at https://www.straypawsanimalhaven.org/tnrapplication.
These TNR appointments provide spay/ neuter, a rabies vaccination (if the cat is old enough), an FVRCP vaccination, & flea treatment. All cats will receive an ear tip, signifying they have been TNR’d to ensure they are not caught again in the field.
We do offer a limited number of appointments for non ear tip 'friendly' cats at a cost of $60. These appointments are reserved exclusively for trappers who come across friendly cats out in the community.
I found a kitten or kittens who need to be seen by a veterinarian. I would like to get them ready for adoption but I cannot afford traditional vet prices. Can you help?
Yes, our new program sponsored by the Orphan Kitten Club, “Operation No Kitten Left Behind” can help.
Here are the requirements:
You must be an independent trapper or rescuer, or a concerned citizen. You cannot be part of a 501c3 registered organization.
The kitten(s) must be under 16 weeks of age.
You must be able to foster the kitten(s) or help us place them in a foster home which fits our foster home requirements.
You must be able to send us updated photos and videos as the kitten(s) grow!
If you fit all of these criteria we can offer the following free of charge:
Spay and neuter
3 rounds of FVRCP vaccines
A combo test to determine the kitten(s) are negative for FIV and FeLV
All of these treatments will ensure the kitten(s) are ready for adoption! If the kitten(s) are also sick or injured, additional funding will be awarded on a case by case basis.
To apply please make an appointment at SGVAA.org and list you are an ‘Operation No Kitten Left Behind’ program applicant.
Let's Work Together
Thank you in advance for helping to care for your community's cats. It is truly a group effort. We cannot save and spay them all without your support.