Our Mission:
IndyFeral seeks to reduce the stray and feral cat overpopulation through the non-lethal method of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), not trap and kill.
Community Cat Program
 
What is a Community Cat?
A Community Cat is a cat that has been fixed, vaccinated and eartipped then released back into the area from which it was captured. They are the unowned stray and feral (unsocialized) cats who live outdoors in our neighborhoods without a particular home or owner.

Community cats may be temporarily brought inside a colony caretaker's residence, for their protection, in the event of severe environmental conditions or medical necessity.

What is a Feral Cat?
  cat with a tipped ear, the sign that the cat is part of a managed colony
Understanding the Problem

Learn More
If you are feeding outdoor cats, download our 2 page Community Cat Care Guidelines to learn more about how to help.

Watch this YouTube video to learn how to keep community cats healthy, safe and be a good neighbor.

How to Request Help

Are you feeding stray cats?

We can help get them fixed. The Indianapolis city shelter can't save and support the huge number of accidental litters, strays and family pets brought to the shelter every day. Help end the stray cat overpopulation in Indianapolis.




Community Cat Package

Package includes:

  • Spay or neuter surgery
  • Pain medication
  • Rabies/FVRCP vaccination
  • Eartip for identification
  • Medical treatment if needed
  • Trap-Neuter-Return help

We ask for a $30 donation per cat. Any donation you can make is appreciated but not required as we rely on donations to help as many cats as possible. Ask about FREE or discounted programs you may qualify for as funds are available.

For more information: (317) 638-3223.

IndyFeral News, Notes, and Featured Content

Food Drive!

Help us collect food for the many feral cat colonies and caretakers we assist. Dry or canned donations can be dropped of at:
Indianapolis-area
Pet Supplies "Plus" Stores

in Greenwood at
8810 S. Emerson
in Broad Ripple at
2238 Broad Ripple Avenue

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