Helpful Sites

Support your Community Cats

Community cats are also called “strays” or sometimes “feral” or “homeless” cats. Sometimes these poor cats are anything but feral… they were abandoned by their owners and are quite friendly to humans, because they are looking for affection and help. They live in our neighborhoods and are very beneficial when it comes to keeping the rat and insect population down so please support them by giving them food, water and shelter from cold weather and rain. Also, in order to make sure we don’t get an overpopulation of cats please help to get them trapped, neutered and returned. This is what the “TNR program” is all about – which we are featuring in one of our CatCrazy episodes on YouTube. The TNR program is free and you can call these non-profit organizations to get your feral cats neutered and safely returned to your community. Also, they rely on donations so if you can, please donate – it truly is a good cause! FixNation is one of the very, very helpful and worthy non-profit organizations in Los Angeles so you can check them out below. Also, please leave a comment below with your location and links to YOUR local TNR organization. It would be very helpful, thank you 🙂

My #1 go-to site for all my online cat food shopping –!

Chewy has all the good and healthy food my cats are craving! And they also have a very helpful and friendly customer support – not an easy find these days! Our kitties are anticipating each Chewy box and can’t wait for us to open them.

Cat Fanciers’ Association

Talking about reputable breeders: The Cat Fanciers’ Association was established in the United States in 1906. The CFA is currently the world’s largest registry of pedigreed cats and known as the most prestigious pedigreed cat registering association in North America

American Cat Fanciers’ Association

ACFA’s mission is to promote the best interests of purebred and non-purebred cats and of breeders, owners and exhibitors of cats; and to promote education, knowledge and interest in all domesticated cats, purebred and non-purebred, for the general public.


TICA is the world’s largest genetic registry of pedigreed cats, and the world’s largest registry of household pets. Their mission is to encourage their members to be caring, responsible owners and breeders of cats; and to work together to promote the preservation of pedigreed cats plus the health and welfare of all domestic cats.

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