Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ - Adoption
Feral Cat Program of Georgia partners with animal shelters across Georgia to rescue and find homes for lost, stray, and abandoned cats and kittens.
We do not currently operate a shelter. The cats and kittens in our program live in foster homes until they are adopted. Our vision is to open a FCPGA shelter in the future.
- Scroll through our available cats and select a cat or kitten you’d like to meet.
- Complete and submit the Adoption Application to arrange a meet and greet. Include the qualities you’re looking for in a cat, i.e. sweet and cuddly, playful and independent, etc.
- Spend time with your potential kitty and decide if you’re right for each other.
- Sign the adoption contract and pay the adoption fee.
- Take your cat home and enjoy your new friend.
The adoption fees cover the vetting expenses for our cats and kittens.
Adult Cat – $125
Kitten – $150
If you decide to adopt more than one cat or kitten, a $25 discount is applied to each adoption fee.
All adoptable cats in our program have been:
- Combo tested negative
- Vaccinated* and dewormed (*age-appropriate vaccines)
- Vaccinated for rabies (16 weeks and older)
- Litter box trained
FAQ - TNR
FCPGA does not provide TNR services for individuals. We are able to assist in TNR efforts in the following ways:
- Loaner traps for TNR efforts
- Instructions/online resources for individuals performing TNR exercises
- Vouchers for low-cost spay and neuter procedures
- Ear-tipping of spayed/neutered cats. A painless procedure, an ear-tip is the universal symbol of a spayed or neutered outdoor cat.
Feral Cat Program of Georgia DOES NOT:
- Go on to properties to trap feral cats
- Trap and remove/relocate feral cats
- Remove cats from occupied or abandoned property
To request a loaner Tomahawk drop trap, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit the TNR page.
Yes, FCPGA does loan traps to individuals for TNR efforts. To request a trap, email email@example.com.