Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon
Dedicated to the humane treatment of feral cats and to the prevention of future generations

"Living with Feral Cats"

Japanese video producer Etsuko Izumi created "Living with Feral Cats", which includes interviews at FCCO. In honor of National Feral Cat Day we will show the full 90-minute video with English subtitles on October 17, 2014. Read more about the video here.

Etsuko Izumi wrote to us, "With the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics, more and more old buildings are being pulled down and displacing many feral cats. And so I had to make this film."

Living with Feral Cats
Friday, October 17 at 7pm (doors open at 6:30)
Multnomah Building, 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland

Please email or call Olivia ( 503-797-2606) if you are able to join us.

New 'Spayed in Oregon' Design!

Spayed in Oregon teeSpayed in Oregon sweatshirtSHIPPING OCTOBER 27th!

The "Spayed in Oregon" design, available in tees and sweatshirts, is truly uniquely Oregon!

Reserve your shirts before they sell out! Buy now for shipment on October 27, 2014.


Huge purrs of thanks to Personal Beast, "Your Cat's and Dog's Favorite Pet Shop!" located on 8119 SE Stark Street in Portland. With acknowledgements also to the City of Portland.

70,000 Cats Helped!

amazon.comOur special 70,000th kitty lives in Portland with her siblings and mom, plus a few colony mates. Their caregiver Courtney already brought in the mom cat and colony mates.

Courtney thought there were only three cats in this litter, but then realized after trapping the three that there was an extra one who looked just like one of the others. She was able to trap the last cat for the next clinic and appreciates how important the eartip is for telling which cats have already been spayed/ neutered.

Thanks to Courtney and to all helping the cats!

Fred Meyer Rewards Cats!

When you link your Rewards number to FCCO you still get your regular rewards but the cats also get points that lead to donations!

Follow this link to add FCCO to your Rewards. You can search either by typing "Feral Cat Coalition" or enter our organization number 88554. If you have problems please call 1-866-518-2686. Start earning rewards for the cats today!

amazon.comNow when you shop at Amazon, whether for a Wish List item or for yourself, go to smile.amazon.com. Amazon now will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to FCCO, just by going through AmazonSmile! It's the same Amazon, but with a bonus for the cats!

Calling all Walkers!

ResQWalkWhether you are training for Hood to Coast or simply taking Spot for a walk, sign up with ResQWalk, pick FCCO, and help the cats with each step.

Each week ResQwalk announces a donation pool (e.g. $2,500) and in order for a group to receive donations from the pool, its supporters simply need to check-in to the app when they go for a walk. Each walker's distance is recorded in the user profile and added to the group's weekly sum. At the end of the week donations are paid out to the groups proportionally to the total distance walked.

Users can view their walk history, including both time and distance traveled, and see how you've helped FCCO along the way.

Note that this currently functions only as an app on Apple products (iPhone and iPad).

Catio Tour Sells Out!

FCCO and the Audubon Society of Portland hosted the 2nd Annual Catio Tour to offer more inspiration for those looking for their cats to have safe outdoor time. Whether you are giving an indoor-only kitty some outdoor time, keeping an in-out cat safe, or transitioning an outdoor-only feline to indoors, a catio is the way to go!

Missed the Tour? You can still sign up to receive our guidebook to read about the catios!

Watch "A Better Life" and Change Their World
Produced and donated by Engage Photo & Video

Help FCCO Help the Cats... Volunteer!

We are always looking for help at our clinics, with fundraising, and in the office. Right now we also have some specific positions we are seeking to fill right away in Portland.

VolunteersGeneral office volunteer
– email caregivers and help with data entry and office projects.

Outreach volunteer– attend street fairs, farmer’s markets, and other events sharing information about our services with the public

Trap Depot – maintain a trap inventory at your home or business where caregivers can pick up and return humane traps.

Phone scheduling volunteer– pick up inbound calls, screen cats for eligibility for FCCO clinics, and assist callers with questions regarding feral cats and TNR.

Click here to read about these volunteer positions and more ways you can help!

Cats and Wildlife

60k kittyAt the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon, we believe the best option is to work collaboratively to find solutions that help cats and birds. We have worked with the Portland Audubon Society for over a decade. We share a common goal of fewer cats living outdoors. We are working together on initiatives including Cats Safe at Home™ where we encourage people to not let their pet cats roam free. Fewer free-roaming cats mean fewer feral cats born on our streets and fewer cats means less predation on wildlife.
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ASAPlogoThe Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP), of which FCCO is a founding member, wants to dramatically reduce the euthanasia of cats across the Portland Oregon metro area during the next five years. This is a collective effort - we need your help, too. Are you a feral cat caregiver? Do you have a cat that needs to be spayed/ neutered? There is help! Click here to read our caregiver information and about our spay/neuter clinics.

Do you need help getting your PET CAT spayed/neutered?
Click here for a flyer for a FREE special to get your whole Kitty and Kaboodle spayed/neutered! The special is for September 23 - 27 but don't wait to reserve your spot!

Please help us help the cats. Follow this link and print out our flyers and keep some in your car. When you are at the store, coffee shop, vet's office, church, or any place with a community bulletin board, please post one. Remember, each caregiver you reach is another cat helped, and suffering for future litters prevented!

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