Caring for stray cats in the Oberlin, Ohio community
ADVOCATES FOR CATS IN NEED
With the help of volunteers, we work to improve the lives of feral and stray cats, and find homes for those that can be tamed in the Oberlin, Ohio community. We strive to keep feral cat populations under control through a system of trapping,
neutering, and returning (TNR) local cats to their original locations.
Depending on demand, CATSS handles 160 - 220 cats and kittens each year. That's a lot of cats and kittens who aren't lost, homeless, or living their lives birthing litter after litter on the streets of Oberlin. Aside from the ferals we TNR, we help tame strays who are either abandoned or lost to find homes.
GIVE A GIFT TODAY!
You can make a a difference by making a donation! 98.7% of funds raised goes directly to program expenses.
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers willing to care for our kittens and cats.
We have a variety of positions to fill.
Open your home to our kittens, cats, or other animals in need. The extra care gives our animals a second chance at finding a loving home.
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