Helping Community Cats
Operation Community Cats
1077 S Garden Pl.
Boise, ID 83705
To reduce the population of community cats through trap, spay, neuter and return.
A world where all cats live safely inside.
We support community cats via the TNR approach. OCC also provides cat food and medical assistance to homeless outside cats.
For adoptions, please contact our partners on our resource page.
You are a true hero!
Donors like you are the lifeblood of Operation Community Cats, an all volunteer non-profit organization.
Cash donations are used to TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) community cats.
There are other ways you can help cats.
WHAT IS A COMMUNITY CAT
According to ASPCA, “Community Cats” is a term used to describe outdoor, unowned, free-roaming These could be friendly, feral, adults, kittens, healthy, sick, altered and/or unaltered. They may or may not have a caregiver.
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A spay/neuter clinic. Together, we can make a dream turn real.
HOW TO HELP COMMUNITY CATS
- Give Them Shelter. Feral cats need a space where they can escape the rain and extreme temperatures of winter and summer.
- Feed Them
- Quench Their Thirst
- Contact a Rescue Group Practicing Trap-Neuter-Return
- Determine if Cats are Actually Homeless, check for microchip at veternary clinic or local shelter
- Consider Finding a Home for a Stray.
What is TNR
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the humane approach to addressing community cat populations.
Safe Outdoor Enclosure for a Happy & Healthy Cat.
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Cats naturally want to be outside where they can breathe fresh air and experience the sights, sounds and stimulation of the natural world.