The Nobody’s Cats Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes the adoption of Trap Neuter Return (TNR) as the preferred strategy for humanely stabilizing and reducing free-roaming domestic feline populations in eight south-central Pennsylvania counties (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, and York). This approach prevents suffering among the cats, protects public health, reduces stress on wildlife, and enables communities to redirect desperately needed resources elsewhere.

We estimate that approximately 355,000 free-roaming cats exist in our region. Through our various strategies, including providing a low-cost surgery clinic, we hope to help the regional community realize spaying or neutering of 80% of the existing unaltered free-roaming domestic feline population by 2022. Whether you love or loath domestic cats, you have a stake in our collective success.

Nobody's Cats are Everybody's Cats

Free-Roamer of the Month

The Nameless Ones      September 2014

All around our region, tens of thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands, of free roamers live on the margins. No one cares about them. They eat out of dumpsters or struggle for scraps. They squeeze through holes in abandoned buildings or huddle beneath shrubs for shelter. They live under the constant threat of human cruelty and in the shadow of human indifference. Their predicament is testament to our failure in fulfilling our obligation as caretakers of our planet. When just an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so many of us turn away and do nothing. This month, we hope that given any opportunity you will do what you can to nurture a culture of ownership in our community and give a name to the nameless ones. If each of us does what we can, together we can make the world a better place for them and ourselves. (read more)

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Volunteer Spotlight

Steve and Susan Rosenberg      September 2014



Steve and Susan have been dedicated volunteers for the foundation since our earliest days. Both are motivated by their love of cats and their belief in our mission. They have cared for free roamers in their town home community for about eight years and most recently, as part of their mission to encourage more TNR in their neighborhood, assisted two neighbors to humanely manage their colonies.

"We honor those who take care of colonies," says Susan. "The dedication, time, money, and love is very admirable." (read more)

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Latest News
  • Surgery Fee Discount for Cat Food Donations      Posted 8/15/2014

    The Nobody's Cats Foundation is holding its quarterly cat food donation drive through September 30th. Those who donate a 3-pound bag or larger of dry cat food of any brand at the foundation's spay/neuter surgery clinic in Lower Allen Township are eligible for a 20-percent discount off the $25 per-cat surgery fee for up to five cats.
    Find out where to donate food and more about the discount...

  • Want to Help? Donate Supplies Today!      Posted 7/24/2014

    We are in need of supplies to help support our TNR clinic and programs.
    Find out what we need and how to donate...

  • Attend a Seminar, Get a Discount!      Posted 7/15/2014

    Beginning with its Saturday, August 16 seminar, The Nobody's Cats Foundation will provide a 20% discount on the $25-per cat spay/neuter surgery fee, for up to five cats, to caretakers who attend any of its TNR Basics Seminars throughout the region. Read More...

  • Raised on the Radio      Posted 7/8/2014
    Our board member Karen Koch and Barb Rice of Castaway Critters joined Giff Briner on The Bridge recently to talk about The Nobody's Cats Foundation and TNR. Listen to their comments on the station's site and thanks to The Bridge for the opportunity to spread the word about humane management of free-roamers in our area.

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    (Two parts, originally aired 6/14/2014)