We rescue and find permanent, loving, homes for cats in our communities and humanely decrease cat overpopulation through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
The Feral Cat Program of Georgia, Inc. was founded in 2004. We are a grass-roots program run entirely by volunteers.
We have no shelter, no staff - not even an office - and are 100% dependent on volunteers and donations.
98% of the money we are given goes directly to the cats and kittens we help.
We are a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
FCPGA works to find adoptive families for stray, lost, or abandoned pets, who want nothing more than a forever home, filled with love, warmth, and food.
We encourage, and actively and financially support, TNR efforts to humanely decrease cat overpopulation.
It costs ~$85 to TNR a cat.
It costs ~$130 to get a healthy kitten medically ready for adoption.
$5,000 will help us get ~40 kittens ready for adoptions or TNR ~60 cats.
Stories about pictures above:
Sylvia, now Pixel, was TNR'd with her litter of kittens, but when we were going to release her we found her to be friendly and she was adopted into a loving home.
We did a big TNR effort at 1 house where we TNR'd 30+ cats and took in 30+ kittens to socialize and adopt out. Now there will be no more babies and the caretaker is watching for any new arrivals to trap.
Kashka was adopted from us as a kitten and then returned to us after 5 years for not getting along with the new dog in the house. She is our longest resident being in our program for nearly 2 years now. She is being loved in her foster home while she waits and wishes for a new forever home of her own.
Oliver was rescued from animal control and is awaiting his forever home with us too.
Fiona was another cat that was adopted and then returned after a year or so due to no fault of her own. She is looking for her 2nd chance forever home with us.
With your continued support we will be able to help even more.