Alley Cat Allies, is the national nonprofit clearinghouse for information on feral and stray cats. For more than a decade Alley Cat Allies has advocated Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) - the most humane and effective method to reduce feral cat populations.
Animal Service League
Founded in 1953, the Animal Service League is an all-volunteer organization concerned with the rescue, care and welfare of homeless domestic animals in the Rochester New York area. Cats, dogs, birds and other domestic animals in need of shelter and veterinary help are cared for until they can be restored to their original owners or new homes found. No animal is ever destroyed for lack of a permanent home. The animals are cared for on a temporary basis in our Haven Homes until they are ready to be placed in a permanent home.
GRASP rescues stray and abandoned animals in the Greece, NY region, housing the pets in volunteer foster homes until they are adopted out.
Habitat For Cats
Originally founded to build huts/shelters (a.k.a. "habitats") for feral cats, Habitat for Cats was established in 1999 to help relieve the suffering of feral and homeless cats, who have been called "the most neglected animal in the animal humane network." Our focus now is to reduce cat overpopulation by implementing a trap-neuter-return [TNR] program and to educate the public on the benefits of this non-lethal method of population control.