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.
Awards & Recognition
 

IndyFeral is proud to have received the following awards & recognition for our TNR work:


January 2013: IndyFeral is featured in the HSUS Animal Sheltering Magazine artice Yes, In Our Backyard: Turning NIMBY attitude on its head, some shelters care for feral cat colonies onsite.


April 2011: WTIU's The Weekly Special features IndyFeral


IndyStar Starwatch: IndyFeral to the rescue of a stray trapped cat


Befriending ferals A primer for dealing with homeless cats article in UrbanTimes Online, by Sarah Doyle.


June 2009 Best Friends article highlights the efforts of IndyFeral and The Humane Society of Indianapolis to find homes for FIV+ cats and educate the community about the misunderstood disease. Read the article here. For more info on FIV read IndyFeral's FIV/FeLV page.


Featured in Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, May 2009. Read the article here. (145K PDF)


Recipient of a 2008 Nuvo Magazine Cultural Vision Award recognizing IndyFeral for innovation & community involvement. Read the article here. (362K PDF)


National Cat Writers' Association Muse Medallion, December 2008.

IndyFeral's 2008 calendar, which features nationally known artist and IndyFeral volunteer Rob Day's painting "Winter Cats" on the cover, received a Muse Medallion in the Annual or Long Publication category.






Received a Special Resolution from the Indianapolis City Council in 2007 for IndyFeral's impact on reducing stray and feral cat intake at our municipal shelter.
Read the Resolution here (49K PDF)
See the Impact Chart here (48K PDF)


National Cat Writers' Association Muse Medallion, December 2007.

IndyFeral's 2007 calendar, which features nationally known artist and IndyFeral volunteer Rob Day's painting "Cats in Hostas" on the cover, received a Muse Medallion in the Special Publication category.






Selected to host the HSUS/Petco state-wide community TNR workshop in April 2007. Bryan Kortis, Neighborhood Cats Executive Director and Nancy Peterson, HSUS Feral Cat Program Manager were the featured presentors.