Purrs to…

Purrs to our dedicated volunteers and Veterinarians who share their time and skills during FCAP’s monthly low-cost feral cat spay/neuter/vaccinate clinics:

Bel-Aire Veterinary Hospital, Inc        Dr. Julie Packard

(Our many other veterinarian volunteers are being shy today but thank them when you see them at Spay Day)HopefulCat

Other organizations we appreciate as great sources of cat information include …

  • Alley Cat Allies
    Alley Cat Allies is the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats. An engine for social change, Alley Cat Allies was the first organization to introduce and advocate for humane methods of feral cat care, particularly Trap-Neuter-Return, in the American animal protection community. By establishing and promoting standards of care, our organization has brought humane treatment of cats into the national spotlight, now embraced by major cities and animal protection organizations coast to coast. In 20 short years, we’ve changed America to better understand and respect the lives of cats.
  • Animal Rescue and Foster Program
    The Animal Rescue & Foster Program is dedicated to helping abandoned puppies and kittens. ARFP provides temporary foster homes and medical care for homeless puppies and kittens and places them in permanent adoptive homes with responsible pet owners. ARFP requires and ensures that all of the animals adopted are spayed/neutered to help decrease the stray over-population problem.
  • ASPCA
    The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world. Our organization was founded by Henry Bergh in 1866 on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans, and must be protected under the law. Headquartered in New York City, the ASPCA maintains a strong local presence, and with programs that extend our anti-cruelty mission across the country, we are recognized as a national animal welfare organization. We are a privately funded 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, and proud to boast more than 1 million supporters across the country.
  • Best Friends Animal Society
    For over 30 years, Best Friends Animal Society has been running the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals and building effective programs all across the country that reduce the number of animals entering shelters.
  • Fur Babies
    Fur Babies provides pet sitting, mobile grooming, and dog walking services in the triad NC area.  Owner Marianne Rizzolo has a BA in psychology and worked 24 years in case management providing services to people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Today she pursues another passion, caring for and rescuing animals.  She is a Certified Professional Pet Sitter (CPPS), certified in animal first aid and CPR, has a life-long love of animals, and experience caring for dogs, cats, fresh and salt water fish, rodents, rabbits, birds and reptiles, including extensive experience with special needs cats and dogs.   With 20+ years of animal rescue work, Marianne currently volunteers with the Feral Cat Assistance Program (FCAP) and Forgotten Felines of Forsyth (FFF).
  • Humane Society of the Piedmont
    The Humane Society of the Piedmont is non-profit organization dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation and euthanasia in the Piedmont Triad area.  Our “Planned Pethood” low-cost spay/neuter clinic serves all area pet parents, people caring for free-roaming cats, animal shelters and rescue groups. We are leading the spay/neuter efforts to reduce the number of unwanted litters, the first step in lowering the number of animals unnecessarily euthanized in shelters each year. We also support pet owners in their time of need through our “Fill the Bowl” food program. The program provides pet food to pet owners who might otherwise have to surrender their pets to the animal shelter. In addition, we have obtained various grants and partnerships with organizations for spay/neuter financial assistance.
  • Juliet’s House
    Juliet’s House in Whitsett, NC is a 501(c) organization whose volunteers rescue cats and dogs from high kill shelters.  They manage, clean, and perform adoptions at PetSmart on Lawndale Ave. and PetSmart on Bridford Parkway, both in Greensboro, NC.  Donations are always appreciated!
  • Lucy’s Friends Pet Sitting
    Lucy’s Friends Pet Sitting was established in 2003 in Greensboro, NC to serve the needs of pet lovers when you’re away at work or traveling on vacation. You’ll feel comfortable knowing that your pets will be played with, fed and loved by one of our professional caregivers.  Lucy’s Friends Pet Sitting is owned by April Mauney and Alan Baker.
  • Neighborhood Cats
    Neighborhood Cats believes Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is   the most humane and effective method available to end the severe feral cat overpopulation crisis faced by this country. Our mission is to make TNR fully understood, accepted   and practiced in every community. To accomplish our goals, we work on both the local  and national levels. In New York City, where we are based, we have guided the development of one of the most comprehensive community TNR programs in operation today. To promote TNR throughout the United States and beyond, we have created award-winning educational materials, including books, videos and online courses. We host the leading website in the field, present at conferences and seminars throughout the country, and regularly collaborate   with other organizations to develop new materials and tools.
  • Project B.A.R.K.
    Project B.A.R.K.  — Bringing Animals Relief and Kindness  — volunteers construct and deliver doghouses, speak with pet owners about humane animal care, find good homes for unwanted animals, offer low-cost spay/neuter services for those in financial need, participate in legislative efforts to protect animals, and raise funds in order to keep it all going.  Project B.A.R.K.  is a non-profit 501c(3) group organized through Ragsdale High School/Guilford County Schools to provide students a chance to impact our community while helping animals in need. 100% of all donations go to direct animal relief.
  • Triad Happy Tails Magazine
    Happy Tails magazine is dedicated to promoting adoptions from local animal shelters and rescue groups in central NC.