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The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is a nonprofit, mobile spay/neuter program for feral, stray and barn cats who have a caregiver feeding them. We spay/neuter 3,000 cats each year and are supported solely through donations.

Feral and stray cats live difficult lives as they are susceptible to disease, starvation and other hazards of living outdoors. Left on their own, they breed future generations of feral cats who face the same fate. An estimated 60 million cats are considered homeless in our country, and these are the cats that the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is dedicated to helping.

Help us work toward ending feral cat overpopulation in Oregon by getting involved! Come volunteer with us, spay/neuter a feral cat, spread the word about feral cats and the importance of spaying and neutering, or make a donation.


Our Mission: Humanely reducing Oregon's feral cat population through spaying and neutering and educating the public about the plight of feral cats.


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