The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon Overview
Geographic areas served: Oregon and SW Washington
The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is a trap-neuter-return (TNR) program for feral and stray cats. The goal of our program is to reduce suffering for existing feral cats and to prevent the births and suffering of future generations. Our services are targeted for feral cats who have caregivers feeding them. These caregivers trap the cats, bring them to a clinic, and return the cats to where they are being fed with a commitment to feed the cat(s) on a permanent basis.
Since our inception in 1995, we have spayed/neutered over 51,000 cats!
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I have volunteered with The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon since about 2008. In that time I have witnessed extreme care and concern to spend donor money wisely. I have been part of the Furball Committee where we all were brining in coupons to buy supplies and reusing items which have been used for ... more »
I was asked to be on the board several years ago since I had experience with animal welfare in Portland. I was absolutely amazed at what these folks can do with their budget. The amount of cats they are able to help with such a small agency is laudable. They use their volunteers well, expect a ... more »
I was have been a volunteer at the FCCO fundraising event, called Furball. It is a large even with bidding Auctions to raise money to fix cats. I have first hand knowledge of an illegal practice that is condoned by the Board and the Director at this event. What they do at this event is call "Shill ... more »Review from Guidestar