Community Cat Program

The Community Cat Program is an initiative intended to return cats back into the community they were found. This allows cats to find their way back to their owner, food source, colony, or support system while reducing the population of homeless, stray, and community cats in Canyon County through Spay/Neuter Services.

Out of County Trap Neuter Return

This program is specifically for Trap, Neuter and Return services for cats outside of Canyon County, Idaho. TNR+V Programs are incredibly effective as a humane way to control the population of cats in an area while limited the spread of preventable diseases. Active TNR programs save lives, make a healthier cat community, and are essential for making communities safer and kinder to cats.

Adopt a Barn Cat

Barn cats can be an excellent addition to our community, our families, and our farms. They provide great pest control in our rural areas and when spayed/neutered and vaccinated they can prevent other cats from coming onto your property and reproducing.

Feed the Ferals & Cat Colonies

The Feed the Ferals Initiative is designed to help Cat Colony Caretakers with providing food to their established colony. To sign up, all you need to do is fill out the application below and we will reach out to you in order to provide food assistance to your colony.

Kitten Intake Prevention Program

This program is designed to help kitten finders with unplanned litters of kittens. To participate, the finder agrees to surrender the entire litter to the shelter and foster the animals in their home until they are big enough to be spayed/neutered (usually around 8 weeks of age).

I Found a Cat

Keeping Cats on Property

Common Cat Behavior

CCP Frequently Asked Questions

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