Helpful Information


TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) for Feral Cats


  • National Feral Cat Day is October 16th. Please check out the following website for more information: National Feral Cat Day

  • The following links are specifically about TNR for feral cats:

Helpful Articles About Your New Cat or Kitten

Litter Box or Spraying Issues

Scratching and Claw Trimming

Health and Vaccines

Scared or Hiding Cats

Behavior Problems

Miscellaneous Articles

Miscellaneous Links about Aggression, Biting, House Soiling, Declawing and Hairballs

General Informational Sites

Need advice on cat behavior problems such as inappropriate scratching, not using the litter box, introducing cats or a cat into the household, etc., then check out this link:


Getting a cat makes life great. Want to make it even better? Prepare for these commonly overlooked steps when getting a cat - Top 10 Mistakes When Getting A New Cat.:


Best Friends is the largest no-kill animal sanctuary in the world and sponsors the no more homeless pets conferences.


Pieces of My Heart written by Jim Willis A story by Jim Willis Jim Willis is a writer and book editor, an animal welfare advocate, director of a multi-species, all-breed rescue and placement effort, The Tiergarten Sanctuary Trust, and accredited member of The American Sanctuary Association. He and his wife Nicole share their lives with over 40 rescued animals.


Our Neighbors in Caldwell County share our passion for protecting the welfare of our four-legged companions.

Visit them here: Caldwell Animal Rescue


The Humane Society of Catawba County offers low-cost spay / neuter services through the Foothills Low-Cost Spay-Neuter Clinic.  


More details are on the Catawba County Humane Society Website or call them at 828.464.2349. or 828.464.8879.




In Burke County REASON subsidizes spay-neuter procedures. To see if you and your pets qualify, visit their website or call 828.403.3675.

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