Feral cats (also known as community cats, alley cats, and often even stray cats) are a common sighting in Houston. With over 1.4 million cats being euthanized in the United States every year, a TNR program like Animal Justice League's is one way to help lower these numbers. Since June 2014, Animal Justice League has trapped 336 cats!

TNR is Trap-Neuter-Return. It is the only proven way to reduce the population of feral cats. Cats are humanely TRAPPED, then NEUTERED (or spayed), and then RETURNED to the location where they were found. Feral cats who have been fixed will have a notch taken out of their left ear.

If you would like to help with our feral cat outreach, there are two easy ways to help. If you would like to assist with trapping, transport, or foster for approx 2 days while they recover from surgery, please fill out our Volunteer Application.

Volunteer Application

If you would like to donate to our feral cat outreach, please designate your check or PayPal donation "feral cats".