How to save & take care of a kitten and feral cats - an advocacy tool kit

Animal Friends Alliance

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Animal Friends Alliance

Pet Food Banks: The Kibble Supply Pet Food Pantry is a program designed to help struggling community members feed their animals. Any individual who is experiencing hard times (including caretakers of feral cat colonies) can take advantage of this program so long as they are willing to abide by the few guidelines set in place. This program is NOT available to other rescue groups or shelters. If you require immediate assistance with pet food, you can attend a scheduled Kibble Pantry day without submitting an application for the first time. However, after utilizing the Kibble Pantry, it is your responsibility to either complete the application or reach out to their Community Pet Resources Program for help in filling it out. For emergency food or help please call 970-484-8516 ext. 5133 or email [email protected].

Phone Number:
970-484-8516 ext. 5133

Services Offered: spay/neuter assistance pet food pantry

Community Cat Policies: Community Cat program: If you know of feral cats that would benefit from this program please contact their Community Cat Program at (970)-484-8516 ext. 5133 or complete their online Assistance Request Form to find out if they can help. TNR appointment in their clinic from a trapper not wishing to use their Community Cat Program should be done by calling 970-484-1861 or email [email protected]. There is no deposit required for TNR cats. ADDITIONAL SERVICES & HELP: Trap rental and instruction (deposit and rental fee required). Visit their shelter at 2321 E. Mulberry St Unit 3, Fort Collins, to rent one. View or download their online Trapping Instructions. Trap rental is $10 (non-refundable) per trap. You must pay a refundable deposit of $50 to rent a cat trap. Credit card payments accepted only. Rental term is 2 weeks, accommodations can be made per situation. If you are trapping community cats for TNR (trap-neuter-return) with their clinic, please make an appointment prior to trapping. View website for pricing. Spay/neuter pricing for feral cats that you TNR yourself. Feral and barn cats are welcome in their clinic for surgery on regular surgery days, and pricing includes spay/neuter, pain medication, rabies and FVRCP vaccinations, and ear-tip (required).
If you are on government assistance or are low-income and need help with the cost of services, you may apply for financial assistance through their Prevent A Litter Plus (PAL+) Program.

Other Info: A deposit, per pet, is required for all surgery appointments at time of scheduling and will be applied toward the fees listed below. There is no deposit required for TNR cats. If you cancel your appointment at least 48 hours prior to surgery, your deposit can be transferred to a future appointment, or donated to Animal Friends Alliance. It is NOT refundable. ALL CAT SURGERIES INCLUDE: Veterinary exam, surgery, and a 72-hour extended-release pain medication injection.

County: Larimer