Feral Cat Trapping & Lost Pets Lost Pet Rescue

If you need assistance trapping a lost or abandoned pet, helping out a feral cat colony or if you are trying to rescue a mother cat with kittens, please contact the following groups for advice. They provide FREE spay/neuter services for feral cats and kittens and low cost medical care for pets.  They also have trap rentals at certain locations.


NOTE: You cannot trap wild animals, cats or people's pets for removal from your area. It is against the law.  You also cannot trap feral cats and take them to the shelter for relocation.



FIXNATION:  free spay/neuter clinic for tame & feral cats

7680 Clybourn Ave, Los Angeles, CA 91352

(818) 524-2287


www.fixnation.org

(818) 524-2287

SNP-LA:  Low Cost spay/neuter clinic for tame & feral cats

www.snpla.org


Pico Rivera                         San Pedro                         Van Nuys

9325 Slauson Ave                957 N. Gaffey St                14409 Vanowen St

Pico Rivera, 90660                San Pedro CA 90731                Van Nuys CA 91405

(310) 574-5555                (310) 574-5555                (310) 574-5555





Feral Cat Caretakers Coalition:


This website has the most in-depth information on feral cat colonies and trapping in Los Angeles.

www.feralcatcaretakers.org

(310) 820-4122




For assistance in trapping stray or feral cats or if you have lost your pet and need to trap it, you can try contacting experienced trappers at:


Here are some great websites for feral cat trapping help:

www.feralcatnews.com

www.kittybungalow.org



Stray Cat Alliance - email for information

www.straycatalliance.org


La Trappers: An online forum for trapping help.

LA TRAPPERS



Friendly Arroyo Seco Trappers (F.A.S.T.) An online forum for trapping help.

Fast Trappers

(323) 823-3046




TRAP RENTAL INFORMATION: c/o Feral Cat Caretakers Coalition Website:


The following is a list of trap rentals. Each one will have their own requirements for rental. Ask an experienced person, where you are renting, to show you how to use the trap. Try it out before you leave, to make sure it is working properly and you know exactly how to use it. This is very important if your trapping is to be successful.


Instructions for Humane Trapping of Feral or Rescued Cats and Kittens



YOU-TUBE VIDEOS TO SHOW HOW TO SET UP AND TRAP A FERAL CAT
AlleyCat Allies:         to trap large cat colonies

StrayAid & Rescue:        to catch a single cat


This list does not include every source for trap rentals. Contact your veterinarian, as they may have traps available or can give you additional information.



Actors and Others for Animals

818-755-6045

Feral Cat Alliance

310-281-6973

Animal Birth Control

W. LA 310-444-3114

South Bay 310-539-3221

Fund for Animals

818-222-0023

Cats at the Studio

818-341-8936

Golden State Humane Society

562-423-8406

Cat Faire

818-994-8953

818-841-8739

Kitten Rescue

818-347-3037

CARE

818-982-1473

N.A.G.

323-664-3424

Cat Crossing

818-759-6554

Overland Veterinary Clinic

310-559-2424

Calabasas Horse & Feed

818-222-2107

People and Cats Together

310-230-5974

Centinela Feed & Pet Supply

310-451-78140-Call them for the nearest store

Pet Orphans

818-901-0190

Concerned P for A

805-281-6973

Red Barn-Reseda

818-345-2510

Felines & Friends

213-933-2128

Tender Loving Cat TLC

310-379-9750



If you are feeding a feral cat colony, you can contact LA FEEDERS for To facilitate a cooperative of feeders who can help each other in times of need, as well as providing free and low-cost food to community cat caregivers.


www.lafeeders.org