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A feral cat is not socialized to people and survives on her own outdoors, while a stray cat has been socialized at some point but has either lost or left her indoor home. The following organizations provide help and guidance with these outdoor cats. The veterinary clinics listed provide spay and neuter services as part of TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), which is the most effective and humane way to reduce the number of homeless cats in our community.

Actors and Others for Animals

FREE spay/neuter in select zip codes of Bellflower, Santa Fe Springs, South El Monte, & South Gate. Must be a low-income resident and show proof of residency. Step 1: Call...

818-755-6323 (Alt)
818-755-6048 (Fax)
818-755-6045 (Phone)

Mission is to eliminate pet overpopulation, ensure good care and protection for pet companions, and provide referral and financial support for economically-challenged pet...

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Alley Cat Allies

240-482-1980 (Phone)

Alley Cat Allies is the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats.

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Animal Friends of the Valleys

33751 Mission Trail
Wildomar, CA 92595

951-674-7729 (Clinic)
951-471-8344 (Alt)
951-506-5069 (After hours)
951-674-0618 (Phone)

Dedicated to promoting humane care of animals through education and a humane, pro-active animal services program. We are committed to preventing the suffering of animals and to...

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Best Friends Catnippers

7680 Clybourn Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91352

818-377-9700 (Phone)

Working with FixNation, this program provides free bi-monthly spay/neuter clinics for wild, stray, homeless, and feral cats.

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Catalina Island Humane Society

208 Metropole Ave
Avalon, CA 90704

310-510-1900 (Phone)

A nonprofit; no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization. We come to the aid of all island animals with a focus on the islands free-roaming cat population.

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Catalyst for Cats

Santa Barbara, CA 93130

805-685-1563 (Phone)

Dedicated to helping stray and feral cats in Santa Barbara County through its TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) and feeding programs.

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East County Animal Rescue

858-224-3227 (Phone)

In addition to being an animal rescue organization, we spay/neuter feral and stray cats through TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) and we help members of our community get their pets...

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Echo Park Animal Alliance

323-860-3294 (Phone)

Our mission is to promote responsible care of companion animals within the Echo Park community through advocacy, assistance and education. The EPAA serves as a resource -...

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Feral Alley Cats & Friends SPCA, Inc.

760-309-2344 (Phone)

A nonprofit organization dedicated to controlling the cat population with our Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and voucher program. We are the voice for community cats and dogs.

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Feral Cat Caretakers Coalition

310-820-4122 (Phone)

Mission- to support feral cat caretakers, gain recognition of the beneficial role that caretakers perform, implement the trap, neuter and return (TNR) method of population...

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Feral Cat Coalition

San Diego, CA 92126

619-758-9194 (Phone)

Mission is to to assist the community in reducing the feral cat population through spay/neuter clinics.

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FREE spay/neuter for any homeless, stray, or feral cats. No zip code restrictions.

7680 Clybourn Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91352

818-767-7791 (Fax)
818-524-2287 (Phone)

Spay/neuter service for tame cats and feral/stray cats. Both cats and dogs are seen at weekly vaccine/microchip clinics.

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Forever Meow

760-335-6767 (Phone)

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Free Fix LA

FREE spay/neuter for stray and free-roaming cats in targeted zip codes of Pacoima, Sylmar, Panorama City, Van Nuys, and North Hollywood. Free Fix LA will trap, transport,...

818-823-3188 (Phone)

In partnership with FixNation, Free Fix LA is a Best Friends trap/neuter/return (TNR) program for free-roaming cats in targeted areas of Los Angeles. It is part of Best...

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