A Must-Read If You Have Found a Homeless Cat
In almost every case, we require the stray or feral cat you request help with to be seen at our donation-based, nonprofit clinic. It is in Lyle, WA and operates once or twice a week.
Once at the clinic, we will assess the cat for health and temperament, and whether it is adoptable. So the very first step to getting the cat or cats helped is to fill out our online spay/neuter appointment form. Once submitted, a clinic scheduler will contact you within 24 hours to schedule your appointment. She will give you directions to the clinic as well as info on trapping the cat, if necessary.
We lend out humane traps for a refundable deposit, and when you pick it up you will be shown how to use it. (We generally do not have the personnel to trap for you but please let us know if you need help with trapping.)
Please note: If the cat has a noticeable ear tip (tip of the ear clipped) it is probably already fixed.
Our clinic fills up fast, and we do not operate every day, so we advise you to schedule as soon as possible - even with kittens you may think are too small - we can schedule accordingly.
If the cat is feral we can fix, vaccinate and treat it for parasites. Generally, a feral will have to go back “home” and the caregiver must agree to feed and shelter it. Here's information about our Trap-Neuter-Return program.
If the cat is adoptable we can:
Fix and vaccinate it, test it for feline leukemia (FeLV), treat it for parasites, and microchip it.
Intake it into our adoption system if there is room in our foster home system. WE HAVE NO SHELTER.
Go to our clinic appointment form. After you fill out the form, you will be directed to the liability release form. Both forms must be submitted.
Thanks for helping the homeless cats of the Gorge!
Our service area: Hood River County & part of Wasco County in OR, and part of Klickitat and Skamania counties in WA -- basically the area from The Dalles Bridge to the Cascade Locks bridge.