ABOUT SMALL TOWN COMMUNITY CATS
A small group of volunteers founded Small Town Community Cats, Inc. in 2013 and registered it as a nonprofit in 2014. We work to reduce cat overpopulation via TNR (Trap-Neuter/Spay-Vaccinate-Release) in small towns across southwestern Wyoming. Our team of volunteers are dedicated to TNR but we also take care of community kitties, we rescue kitties from shelters and streets when their lives are in danger, place kitties in foster homes, provide vet care for rescue and community cats, provide transport to low cost spay/neuter clinics, and find local homes for adoptable kitties or transfer them to our partners for adoption .
All our cats and kittens are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped before adoption. Senior and special needs kitties get the medical and home care they need until they either find forever homes or until their last day. We don't have a facility or a shelter...just a few dedicated volunteers who provide foster homes (and you can help!). You can see available kitties on Petfinder, Petstablished, or our FaceBook page. You can then meet our kitties at the Rock Springs Petco or by scheduling an appointment for a meet-up in a foster home .
Small Town Community Cats, Inc. now has partnerships with other nonprofit animal rescues throughout the U.S. and has a dedicated team of volunteers here in southwest Wyoming who give an incredible amount of time, effort, and money to help keep this organization going. See our organizational profile on GuideStar here.
Working with area vets, STCC has helped to TNR dozens of feral cats in southwestern Wyoming. TNR helps control the feral cat population so fewer cats are euthanized, local wildlife is protected, and cats have a better chance of having a healthy and happy life. For more information on TNR, please read this article.