For Animals Inc

What We Do
  • TNR: Trap-Neuter-Return as a form of feral cat management
  • Adoption: Placing companion animals in permanent homes
  • Awareness: Changing perceptions about homeless animals
Save a Life


We want to make sure your new furry family member is the perfect fit for your home and lifestyle. Our volunteers and foster parents know the personality and disposition of our cats, and will help you find the right match.


For Animals Inc.’s foster program provides a safe landing and a chance for cats and kittens to experience life in a home before adoption. Living in a cage is stressful and fostering provides an opportunity for cats to become accustomed to the sights and sounds of a cozy indoor life. This not only helps them to thrive and trust, but also makes it more likely that they will acclimate quickly and easily once adopted.

Since 2001

Saving Animals & Finding Homes

Our History

Since its inception in 2001, the For Animals TNR program has spayed and neutered thousands of cats across hundreds of colonies, and educated dozens of caretakers about proper care for feral cats. During this time, the For Animals adoption program has also placed hundreds of homeless cats and kittens in loving, permanent homes while raising awareness about companion animal homelessness and the importance of spay/neuter.


Adopted companion animals


Featured Adoptables


2 Years – Female


Adult – Male


2 Years – Female


6 Years- Female


Preparing for your new companion animal

Cat Parent Prep

Wondering how do I prepare my space for your new cat?

Welcome Home Guide

Your new companion animal is home. Now what? Here are some things you can do to help your new companion animal adjust to the new home.

What we do

Our Services


Trap-Neuter-Return as a form of feral cat management

Education & Awareness

Changing perceptions about homeless animals


 Placing companion animals in permanent homes
What Drives Us

Our Mission

For Animals is dedicated to eliminating companion animal homelessness, engaging our larger community as vital and active participants in this shared social and ethical responsibility, and providing that community with the resources and education necessary to achieve these goals together.