How to Get our Assistance
There is currently a backlog in spaying/neutering because of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are less doctors to do the operations and less volunteers.
To get on the waiting list, you must fill out an Application for Assistance and send it to us. Choose one of the two options below:
1) A word document you can fill out on your computer and email to us at FFFinfo@gmail.com
2) A pdf you can print out, fill out by hand and mail to us at: P.O. Box 11363, Winston-Salem, NC 27116
Make sure to keep a copy of your form(s) for your records.
We receive many reports of community cats needing assistance ...
our ability to help is determined by the fact that we are a small, all-volunteer group that operates entirely on donations.
Other factors that influence wait time are the number of surgeries that local veterinarians are able to allocate to our program and trap availability.
Our waiting list may vary from several weeks to several months.
Other Options ...
These two groups hold low cost monthly spay/neuter clinics for community cats.
We will assist you with traps if you are able to get spaces at their clinics.
If you are able to make more financial commitment, these options have less waiting.
You will be responsible for making arrangements with the local vet or clinic.
We can work with you by loaning traps/teaching you to trap.
We will also provide you with feral cat protocol
(i.e. what other services you need, what the vet must do).
- Mainly for personal pets
- Issues a low cost spay/neuter voucher
- Will do ferals but make sure the vet will work with ferals and that feral cat protocol is followed
Ferals must be brought in a humane trap
Mainly for personal pets
Performs low cost spay and neuter
You must call the clinic to schedule an appointment
Ferals must be brought in humane trap
You must ensure that feral cat protocol is followed.