Community Cats Project
Idaho non-profit corporation, 501(c)(3).
Controlling our cat population
with community compassion
9169 W State St. #1535
Garden City, 83714
Donate by selecting off the Amazon Wish list. It will come right to us with free shipping! -LOW on food right now
Support us with your purchases
If you are ordering online you can Round Up your Walmart bill and send those extra pennies to your favorite local nonprofit -- Garden City Community Cats Project! Click Account, under Manage Account click on Giving & Impact
Please don't give up on us!
During these changing times Amazon and Chewy are not offering reasonable food options for our supporters, and Amazon stopped their Amazon Smile charity giving.
GCCCP would like to suggest giving through Paypal or Venmo, or finding local resources for your food donations and either take it to our drop-off locations (see below) or we would be glad to come get it from you.
It is even more important to support those of us feeding our free-roaming cats in this time of price hikes and financial insecurity.
ROOTS, 3308 W Chinden Blvd.
Pet Supplies Plus, 5689 W Chinden Blvd
Any dried cat food around $1 a pound would be appreciated. large bags are helpful
similar cat food
Any cat food your spoiled cat doesn't want ;)
Purina Kitten Chow kibble, and Fancy Feast Kitten Canned.
Adopt cats and kittens
All spay and neutered.
These cats and kittens might have been lost or left, and now found with a feral colony, wanting nothing more than to be part of a human family again.
You will find kittens born to a feral mamma but they were socialized before they were old enough to be afraid of humans. Usually mamma will be spay and returned to her colony and the kitten will find a home.
There are always kittens found on their own that needed to be fostered. By the time you see them they will be at least 2 lbs and weaned. A lot of love has gone into each one.
Foster cats and kittens
Committing to the welfare of the feral community can be consuming. The main reason caregivers make themselves available for caring for colonies and capturing loose or lost cats is to make sure they are spayed and neutered. While they are doing that, it is impossible not to get emotionally involved. That's why they take in and care for innumerable cats and kittens. It's too much for them to do along. So let's all help.
Help with a PROJECT
The caregivers and trappers have projects going on constantly. They might be trapping tonight and need towels for the traps. Or they will need someone to drive and drop off the cat(s) they trap to SNIP or IHS for their spay\neuter appointment.
Maybe they will ask for someone who could help trap, and would like to learn. Everyone can do something. We are hoping you will DO SOMETHING.