Metro Denver CAT is a collaboration of animal welfare groups working together to make Denver a place where cats are valued and cared for by an engaged community. We are working for cats and kittens that are pets, strays, or feral cats. We provided free, lifesaving services to over 1,000 cats in 2020. Click here to see more of our impact by the numbers.
WHAT WE DO
Metro Denver CAT provides free services for cats and kittens in our focus neighborhoods in the
80219, 80204, 80223, 80216 and 80239
zip codes of Denver.
We provide help with:
Free spay/neuter, microchip, and vaccines package for pet and feral cats
Free comprehensive TNR (Trap-Neuter- Return).
Resources and supplies for outdoor cat management
Advice and resources for a variety of other cat related issues
Transporting cats to and from the spay and neuter clinic.
Providing a free trap bank for TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return).
Metro Denver CAT also helps mentor rural communities to provide services for cats, in many cases for the very first time.
Anna Jaeger is the project manager for Metro Denver C.A.T and a lifelong cat lover. She has worked in animal welfare in a variety of roles, both in and out of the shelter, and is passionate about helping communities improve the lives of their animals.
Anna feels lucky to live in Denver where there are so many people dedicated to helping community cats!
Anna's cats Hans and Clinton
Valerie Kajko is the operations lead for Metro Denver CAT. In addition to lending her trapping expertise to the project, she also manages our cat hotline for all of metro Denver.
She has been working in animal welfare since 2010, and knows way too much about cats! She is an Aurora native and shares her home with her many cats (feral and tame), two dogs, and two tarantulas. In her free time she loves to read, run and go to black metal and K-pop concerts.
Valerie's cat Korpiklaani
Ginny Kipling is the office assistant for Metro Denver CAT and is here to answer any questions you have about our services! She is a Denver native and is new to animal welfare but has volunteered in a variety of roles helping animals.
She is passionate about all animals and feels very privileged to work for such a community-focused program. In her free time, she loves being outside, cooking and of course spending time with her cat Duckie.
Ginny's cat Duckie