Programs and Services
We believe that all cats, to include outdoor community cats, deserve care and compassion, as well as the legal protection needed to live a happy and healthy life. We also know, that the majority of the people in our community, and beyond, agree with us! People want to help animals, they just need to know how, and once they know how, they need the resources to do so.
We are dedicated to make TNR, which includes population and welfare management for outdoor community cats, affordable and accessible to everyone.
To carry out the welfare component of our mission, we worked closely with our founding Advisory Committee to establish a standard community cat care package: This standard of care is offered to each and every cat!!
Dr. Jason Bollenbeck (Towne Animal Clinic, Virginia Veterinary Medical Association (VVMA) President- Elect)
Dr. Melissa Derbin (Towne Animal Clinic)
Dr. Jeff Newman (Caring Hands Animal Hospital)
Dr. Jonathan Reiss (Reiss Mobile Vet)
Dr. Krista Wiechmann (Loudoun Cat Care)
Hannah Shaw (Kitten Lady)
Deputy Chief Angela Chan (Loudoun County Animal Services)
Through our close vet partnerships and dedicated volunteers, we're able to ensure that every community cat that goes through one of our programs receives the following services:
Rabies and distemper vaccinations
Any needed antibiotics
Exam to check for wounds, injuries, illness
The following programs are made possible through donor funding and the tireless efforts of our partner veterinarians and volunteers who trap, train, and educate others on how to care for community cats and kittens:
Fix Me is a mass TNR spay/neuter clinic for community cats hosted by local veterinary hospitals and staffed entirely by medical and non-medical volunteers.
These clinics are held a few times a year and the goal for each is to spay/neuter 25-100 community cats.
Fix Me Now
Fix Me Now provides affordable TNR services for community cats that have an immediate need such as sickness or injury, and the caretaker is willing to trap and transport the cats with our assistance. It is offered through these participating veterinarians:
We help you to trap, neuter, and return community cats in Loudoun County on an as-needed basis. If you need immediate assistance, please fill out our TNR Assistance Request Form and we will get back to you to assess the situation and work on a TNR plan with you.
Ear Tip Employment Agency
We work with Loudoun County Animal Services, and other partner organizations to help place cats that are more suited for the outdoors. If you would like to be placed on a list to help a community cat in need of a new outdoor home, and a job handling rodent control, please contact Loudoun County Animal Services regarding their Barn Cat Program today!
Find out more on how to hire a community cat.