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Helping Feral Cats

Donate your Time & Help us Feed Stray Cats:

Want to help stray animals but you are unable to foster?

Volunteers are needed to help feed at feral cat colonies. Donate one day a week or more to put food out for a feral cat colony.  It is easy, and you are helping to keep these cats alive and healthy!


Over 41% of all cats are abandoned, unwanted, stray and feral.

One un-spayed female cat will have about 2 litters per year with approx. 5 kittens per litter. Each kitten will then have approx. 22 kittens in their lifetime.  Without human intervention, the aftermath is phenomenal.  One un-spayed cat and her un-spayed offspring can produce 42000 kittens over a seven year period.

If there is a feral or untouchable cat on your property please do not ignore it.  It is VERY important that feral cats get spayed and neutered as soon as possible.  Please contact the numbers below for help!

In Oak Bay and Victoria Area  call Victoria Animal Control: 250-414-0233

In Saanich call Saanich Pound:  250-475-4321

In all other areas in the Capital Regional District call: 250-478-0624

Does the animal seem in distress in any way?   e.g. injured, breathing heavy, and in an unsafe situation right now or immediate danger?

During working hours please call the above numbers, for after hours please call the BCSPCA @ 250-388-7722

Flow chart to Help Feral Catsfind a cat or kittens.pdf

For more information on feral cats, please see this ASPCA link or

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