Feeding Community Cats During COVID-19
Our recommendation is for caregivers to carry on with their care and feeding routines so long as the caregiver is not infected with or experiencing symptoms of the virus (or exposed to anyone who is) or under mandatory quarantine for having been exposed to a person with the virus, and provided that the caregiver maintains appropriate social distancing guidelines. This is a rapidly evolving situation. We will keep you updated if and when we become aware of new information.
COVID-19 Guide: You & Your Pet Cat
Find answers based on information from leading animal and human health experts to questions about how to care for your cats in the midst of the COVID-19 health crisis. In addition, there are two checklists that pet owners may find helpful.
COVID-19 Guide: Community Cat Caregivers
COVID-19 Protocols for Veterinarians
COVID-19 Protocols for Animal Shelters
Cat Declawing Infographic
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is Not Abandonment—And Local Laws Must Reflect It
TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) is NOT abandonment. When community cats are returned, they are going back to the outdoor homes where they have been living and thriving. Learn more.
Best Practices: Community Cat Colony Care
Junk Science Gets Cats Killed
Protocols: Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Testing
Many veterinary spay/neuter clinics do not test feral cats for FeLV or FIV, because most enjoy excellent health and are no more likely to be infected with these viruses than owned cats.