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Our mission is to actively care for and educate people about feral cats in the Puget Sound region.

What is a feral cat? This is a cat that has become disconnected from humans. It may have been part of a family at one time, but now sees humans as predators. Most of these cats are offspring of strays who are surviving on the streets. They are neither pets nor wildlife and there are very few resources dedicated to their care. Better understanding of these animals leads to better alternatives for them.

Feral Care has been in the business of caring for feral cats since 1998. We have been incorporated as a 501c3 charity since 2005. We have developed a three pronged approach to fill in the blanks where shelters and animal care and control agencies leave off. We provide training, resources and help for Trap, Neuter, Return. We place adoptable cats found in colonies to reduce the pressure of limited resources for the colony and to make life a lot easier for the adoptable cats and kittens. Lastly, we provide sanctuary for feral cats displaced from their homes.

Sanctuary News


The kitties in this slide show are all residents of our sanctuary.  Each has come to us from different circumstances.  The one thing that they all have in common is that they are unadoptable and had no where else to go.  We are a private, 501c3 charity.  A great way to support us is to sponsor one of our kitties!  If you are interested in this program then please email me through the link on the Contact Us page.

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