South County Cats


South County Cats' mission is to reduce overpopulation, homelessness and euthanasia of cats in our community by providing assistance with free or low-cost, easily accessible spay and neuter for companion and community cats.

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Website:http://www.southcountycats.org
Address:26828 Maple Valley Black Diamond RD SE #160
Maple Valley, WA 98038
Email:southcountycats@comcast.net
Phone Number:206-910-4495
EIN:20-5278961
Once again, we have an anonymous donor who will match each $1,000 donation, up to $10,000. Every $1,000 donation (including matching donations) will be used to add a second clinic to our current once-a-week spay/neuter clinics with our partner Pasado's Safe Haven's mobile spay station. This will result in an additional 20-25 animals spayed or neutered each week, thus preventing many unplanned litters. Donors at the $1,000 level, if desired, will be recognized on our social media and web pages and have a placard displayed at the spay station clinic honoring them as Clinic Sponsor for that day.
South County Cats is an all-volunteer, nonprofit spay/neuter assistance organization serving south King County and surrounding communities. Since 2006, more than 11,000 cats have been spayed or neutered through South County Cats' programs, which include funding companion cat spay/neuter for low-income families and disabled or senior citizens, a trap-neuter-return program for feral and free-roaming cats, and spay/neuter of our foster cats and kittens before adoption. Each year more than 1,000 cats are spayed or neutered through our programs:

* Cat surgeries at Pasado's Safe Haven's state-of-the art Spay Station are subsidized by South County Cats
* Vouchers for local veterinary partners and clinics fund spay/neuter for cats
* Trap-neuter-return of free-roaming cats, which prevents the next generation of feral cats and improves the health of community cats
* Foster cats and kittens receive veterinary care and are spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and treated for internal and external parasites prior to adoption

These programs reduce overpopulation, homelessness and euthanasia that are the result of unaltered cats. One breeding pair of cats can produce millions of offspring. Preventing surplus cats and kittens from overcrowding our shelters saves lives and impacts city and county animal care and control costs and tax payer burden.

Additionally, we educate the public about our programs and the importance of spay and neuter through our outreach efforts, socialize feral and semi-feral kittens, assist with veterinary care for community cats, share cat food donations, and relocate displaced feral or semi-feral cats to suitable barn or workshop homes.

We are a registered charity in the State of Washington and an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit. We could not save lives through spay and neuter without the support of our caring community. We thank you for helping us make a difference in the lives of many cats and their caretakers.