Metro Denver CAT COVID-19 Response
To our Denver Community:
We hope that you are doing well during this challenging time. Metro Denver CAT, along with shelters, rescues and veterinarians, are not able to offer all of our services right now, but we know many of you are looking for ways to continue to help cats during this uncertain time. Here's what you can do for cats NOW:
Call our hotline at 844-336-2287 if you need help with cats or kittens in your area. We will be answering calls during regular business hours and responding to voicemails left during off hours, and we are happy to help with any questions or issues that come up. We will take your info and continue to follow up with you about resources as they become available.
Making the call now will help us be more effective later, and we can talk you through what to do in the meantime. We are in close contact with our partner organizations and we will do our best to provide up-to-date information to connect you with the animal services you need.
More Ways to Help Cats in your Community Right Now:
Do NOT trap feral cats currently- spay/neuter is not available and there are not good options for these cats right now. We will let our followers know when you can resume with TNR in the Denver area- stay tuned!
Keep your cats inside. #StayAtHome applies to your pets as well- this will ensure your cat does not get lost or injured during a time of limited resources.
Foster an animal. Click Here to see a list of shelters and rescues you can contact to help.
Take good care of community cats near your home. Here are some tips for keeping feral cats healthy and safe outside.
Be on the lookout for kittens. Litters are born all over Denver this time of year. While you're spending more time at home, take a good look around your property and call our Kitten Season Helpline (844-336-2287) for tips if you find kittens.