Are you feeding any cats that may or may not be spayed or neutered? Neighborhood Cat Advocates, a new non-profit organization in Butte County, can help you get stray or feral cats and kittens spayed or neutered. If you are feeding cats that you can’t catch, we will also help you trap them and will transport them to and from the vet. Don’t wait until you have too many cats!

Female cats can become pregnant at 5 months old!

Call the Neighborhood Cat Advocates Hotline for help: 530-324-2292

You can help us spay and neuter more cats by donating your hard-earned money or donating your used items to our thrift store. We are an all-volunteer organization so all proceeds go towards reducing the overpopulation of cats in our area. Since Neighborhood Cat Advocates is a nonprofit 501c(3) organization, both your financial support and your donations to Pawprints Thrift Boutique are tax-deductible. The store is located at 1346 Longfellow Avenue in Chico (hours Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm).

Check out our article in the Chico News & Review