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Who is Central Texas Feline Rescue?

We are a non-profit organization that specializes in the control of stray and feral cat colonies. We work and advocate for the benefits of trap, neuter and release programs as a humane and responsible way to control cat populations. Our volunteers feed and manage over 130+ stray and feral cats.

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How many volunteers do we have?

Currently, we have over 30+ volunteers that feed 7 days a week / 365 days a year.

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How many feeding stations do you have?

Our feeding stations fluctuate depending on how many cat colonies we come across. Currently, we have 14 total stations. However, we’ve had as many as 20. Each station may often feed as many as 6 to 10 cats.

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How much food do we use in a year?

With over 130+ plus cats to feed, we use about 8500 lbs of food a year. We run exclusively on donations from individuals and corporations. If you’d like to help us feed these kitties, please take a moment and visit our donation page.

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I see you offer adoptions from time to time, do can I adope one of those cats?

 

Thank you so much for your interest in adopting one of our kitties! Please take a moment to fill out our Adoption Form. Once completed, please email to  [email protected].

We will be in touch within 24 to 48 hours to discuss your application with you.

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What is the difference between a stray and a feral cat?

 

A feral cat is typically born and raised in the wild, or who has been abandoned or lost and reverted to wild ways in order to survive. A feral cat will not attempt to interact with or be in close contact with humans. If a human approaches, like any wild animal, they will run away.

A stray cat is a cat that has been in close contact with humans and had been abandoned or lost. These cats are often friendly and will interact with humans when approached.