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Forgotten Felines of Forsyth

Committed to Humanely Reducing the Feral Cat Population of Forsyth County

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There are several groups that hold free monthly spay/neuter clinics for feral cats. They also provide flea and ear mite treatment, and vaccinate the cat against rabies and distemper. These agencies require that you trap, transport and recover the cats yourself. We will assist you with traps and performing these tasks if you are able to get spaces at their clinics and are not able to perform these tasks yourself.

  • Feral Cat Assistance Program: 336-378-0878
    • Operates a monthly clinic in Greensboro
    • Loans traps (requires a deposit which is refundable)
    • Usually a waiting list, must call monthly to get on the list for that month
    • Ear tips left ear
  • Operation Catnip: P.O. Box 90744 Raleigh, NC  27675, or www.operationcatnip.org
    • Operates a monthly clinic
    • Usually a waiting list
    • Ear-tips left ear
    • Offer a $50.00 voucher program that has no waiting lists and covers the cost of surgery, rabies, distemper and eartip
    • Have traps available for loan

If you are able to make a financial commitment, there are several options with less waiting. You will be responsible for making arrangements with the local vet or clinic. You will have to pay separately for other services such as vaccinations and flea treatment. We can work with you by loaning traps/teaching you to trap or by assisting you with trapping if you choose one of these options. We will also provide you with feral cat protocol (i.e. what other services you need, what the vet must do).

  • Humane Solutions: 336-768-3647
    • Issues a low cost spay/neuter voucher
    • You must call the vet or clinic to schedule an appointment and coordinate this with the FFF volunteer’s trapping schedule
    • Ferals must be brought in a humane trap
    • You must ensure that the vet or clinic is willing to work with ferals
    • You must ensure that feral cat protocol regarding vaccinations, ear tipping or notching, dissolvable stitches and flea treatment is followed. There may be additional costs for these services.
    • FFF can help trap, but you will be responsible for transport and recovery
  • Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic: 336-723-7550
    • Performs low cost spay and neuter
    • You must call the clinic to schedule an appointment and coordinate this with the FFF volunteer’s trapping schedule
    • Ferals must be brought in humane trap
    • You must ensure that feral cat protocol regarding vaccinations, ear tipping or notching, dissolvable stitches and flea treatment is followed. There may be additional costs for these services.
    • FFF can help trap, but you will be responsible for transport and recovery

The Forsyth Humane Society’s Sturmer Fund offers free spay/neuter for people who demonstrate financial need. You can obtain an application from the Humane Society’s facility on Miller Street or call 336-721-1303 and leave a message on the appropriate line.


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Forgotten Felines of Forsyth
PO Box 11363
Winston-Salem, NC 27116

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 



 

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