The Cat Network is dedicated to reducing the overpopulation of stray and feral cats in South Florida through the humane practice of sterilization, vaccination, and release. Through our membership-based network, thousands of cats and kittens have been spared a life of neglect, cruelty, or euthanization. We offer a low cost spay and neuter program and a community of support to help you help homeless cats.
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Since 1995, The Cat Network has helped South Floridians help homeless cats. We have helped spay and neuter over 90,000 cats and kittens and have found loving homes for more than 12,000 cats.
But we need your help to continue with our efforts to help the homeless cats in South Florida.
The Cat Network offers a variety of volunteer opportunities, and all make a true difference to the cats in our care.
The Cat Network, Inc. (CN) is a 501(c)3, Florida not-for-profit corporation dedicated to humanely reducing cat overpopulation by educating the public about the need to sterilize their pets and strays; providing access to low-cost spay/neuter services for stray, homeless and abandoned cats; helping members in their efforts to place adoptable cats in loving homes; and advocating non-lethal population control and humane public policy.
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