Join Us For Mardi Paws 2014!
Celebrate with us on Saturday, February 22nd for Mardi Paws, an afternoon of Mardi Gras fun. This exciting event to benefit homeless cats will be held oceanfront at the Shed of the Citadel Beach House. You will enjoy New Orleans style food, king cake, bread pudding, hurricane cocktails, beer/wine and Zydeco and Cajun music. An enticing selection of silent auction items will have everyone bidding to have the chance to win a visit to their favorite spa, restaurant or even a great vacation! READ MORE.
GOT STRAYS? We Can Help!
The Feline Freedom Coalition is a non-profit organization that provides services and support to individuals and community groups interested in using Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) to effectively control the overpopulation of free-roaming cats in Charleston County. To learn more about us and the work we are doing READ MORE.
Are You Managing A Feral Cat Colony Anywhere In Charleston County and Performing Trap-Neuter-Return On Your Own?
Would you like to join other caretakers and learn more about ferals? Call us at 737-6170 to learn about the benefits of joining our Caretaker Network Program .
Charleston County's Community Cat Program - Improving The Lives Of Feral Cats With Trap-Neuter-Return.
Charleston has begun to establish a national reputation for effectively controlling it's feral cat population through its collaborative TNR program begun in January 2010. The results are impressive. If you would like to learn how the program works and how you can TNR the cats in your neighborhood READ MORE.
The Feline Freedom Coalition Plays A Major Role In The ASPCA Charleston Community Partnership Program! Live Release Rate Approaches 71% At End of 2012.
As a member of HumaneNet, the Feline Freedom Coalition has been instrumental in making the Charleston Community Cat Program A Success. By attacking feral cat overpopulation from all angles including hands on trapping hundreds of cats, developing a network of caretakers and socializing and adopting hundreds of feral kittens, we have the most comprehensive approach to working with ferals in the Lowcounty. READ MORE.
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How You Can Volunteer.
We have many; volunteer opportunities that will allow you to help us save more cats and kittens. If you are interested in helping us, please complete our online application. We will call you as soon as possible to schedule a visit to our facility and discuss more about your particular areas of interest. SUBMIT AN APPLICATION. .
TNR Community Hotline (843) 737-6170
If you need information about TNR, have an issue with free roaming cats or need a referral for a low cost spay/neuter clinic near you, please contact our Free Roaming Cat Community Hotline for help at (843) 737-6170.
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