The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is hosting its annual "Season's Feedings" (dry) cat food drive, and we're hoping you can help this year! Local cat caregivers work tirelessly fixing and feeding homeless cats. When you donate food, you will be supporting responsible caregivers who took the initiative to prevent more homeless kittens from being born on the street.
Last year we are proud to say that we raised just over 500 pounds of cat food! ROAR will continue to be a drop off point for un-opened bags of cat kibble, but we are also adding an option to donate money online.
DONATE $5 / $10 / $15 / $20 / $30 / $50 / $100
100% of money raised will be used to purchase cat food that will go directly to The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon!
We here at ROAR are strongly believe that we humans are responsible for caring for animals whether they “belong” to us or not. To us, this means helping those less fortunate homeless pets in our communities, like feral or “strays", or "community cats."
We support TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). It has been proven over and over again to be the most effective and humane way to deal with homeless cat populations.
Spaying and neutering family cats is the key component because most stray/feral community cats originated from an un-fixed “family cat.” Street cats didn’t ask to be born into a difficult life. They were most likely an accidental birth.
'You Become Responsible, Forever, for What You Have Tamed’ - The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's 1943 French novella
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated.” - Mahatma Gandhi