While our primary mission is the rescue and adoption of friendly, homeless cats and kittens, the Feline Foundation is deeply concerned about the plight of feral cats and kittens, i.e., those who have grown up without human contact and who fear and avoid people. We strongly advocate the practice of trapping, neutering, and returning (TNR) these cats to their familiar surroundings and caretakers to live out their lives without producing more offspring.
If you need TNR advice or assistance in connection with a feral cat– or colony of ferals– in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area or to learn more about TNR and for other national and local feral cat resources, please see the excellent and informative websites:
Feline Foundation of Greater Washington
Formed in 1995, the mission of the Feline Foundation of Greater Washington is to provide necessary veterinary and loving foster care for every animal in our program, to find them permanent, adoptive homes where they will be treated with love and respect for the rest of their lives, to provide foster care for life if no adoptive home can be found, and to educate the public regarding responsible cat care. We are a 501(c)(3) organization (EIN 54-1749459).