A National Crisis

There is a feral cat crisis in the United States. Millions of cats are homeless on the streets, struggling to survive. This is largely in part due to lack of proper care (such as spaying and neutering).

The populations have exploded to the point that they are co-mingling with domestic cats, spreading diseases and creating other preventable issues. 



The Frightening Facts

  • 2,514 organizations reported that between January and June 69,982 cats were euthanized. Shelter Animals Count

  • It is impossible to determine how many stray dogs and cats live in the U.S. Estimates for cats alone range up to 70 Million. 2015 Do Something

  • More than 35% of cats are acquired as strays and only 24% of cats that enter animal shelters are adopted.  2017 ASPCA

  • 70% of cats who enter shelters are killed. 2019 National Kitten Coalition

  • Around 75% of kittens, born feral, die or disappear by 6 months of age. Feral Cat Project