Our mission is to inspire and empower our community to save the lives of community cats.

The Loudoun Community Cat Coalition partners with local and national animal welfare, rescue organizations, and veterinarians to provide affordable and accessible Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) services for caretakers throughout Loudoun County, Virginia. Request TNR Assistance for a cat in need.

We have provided medical care and spay/neuter services for almost 1,000 community cats through the generous donations of our supporters and efforts of our volunteers and partners. Please help us continue!

CFC # 98515



Show Some Love by giving to Loudoun Community Cat Coalition through the CFC. Our designation number is 98515. #ShowSomeLoveCFC


Need Help?

Do you have community cats that need to be spayed/neutered? We'll work with you to identify the right TNR program and resources to care for them. If you need assistance, please fill out our TNR request form.

We need help setting up clinics!

We need help setting up clinics!

TNR Cinics

LC3 organizes several TNR spay/neuter clinics throughout the year and we are always looking for medical and non-medical volunteers to assist. If you are a veterinarian, vet tech, individual, or know a hospital that wants to help with overpopulation, contact us or check out our volunteer opportunities to find out more.

Education & Workshops

Our goal is to inform, inspire, and engage our community to help and save community cats. We provide educational workshops and seminars, and hands-on training to ensure you have the knowledge to help a cat or kitten when they need you. No prior experience needed!


what is a Community Cat?

Community Cat

Sometimes it's difficult to tell the difference between a cat that is just scared or not socialized at all, but there are some common behaviors that you can look for.

Learn more about how to tell the difference →

Kitten season is here in full force!

Find out what to do if you find kittens →

What is TNR?

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the most effective and humane way to care for and control community cat populations. Studies have shown that once the breeding population is stabilized, the number of complaints and level of strain on local resources is also reduced. The overall positive effect is the increased health of the cats and their the ability co-exist peacefully with the community.

Learn more about TNR →

 


Sponsorship & Gift Opportunities

Corporate sponsorships and individual donations are the primary ways we can continue our programs and help community cats throughout Loudoun County. Find out how to sponsor an event and help us raise funds for Loudoun's community cats.

How You Can Help

Want to know how you can help cats in your community? There are numerous ways to support the Loudoun Community Cat Coalition including volunteering, sponsorship, donations, attending events, and much more.


Report abuse and/or neglect today! Do not wait!

If you see something, say something! Call our Coalition partner, Loudoun County Animal Services, at 703-777-0406.