A “community cat” is defined as any unowned cat, whether the cat is feral, abandoned, lost, or living within a colony. If populations are left uncontrolled, these cats can spread disease as well as have multiple litters, only adding to the amount of homeless animals within the community. In an effort to assist our community in managing these numbers, the Chester County SPCA has implemented a Community Cat program where cats are humanely trapped, examined by our veterinarian, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and identified with an ear notch for a minimal fee. Cats are then returned to their colonies and caretakers.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact our front office at (610) 692-6113.