Southern Felines In Peril is a small feline rescue organization in Colquitt, GA that takes in cats off the streets and pulls cats from a local high kill shelter near the area. It is run by one person and two volunteers and usually houses abound two to ten cats of all ages at any given time. We normally do not take in owner surrenders but will consider doing so if the surrender is due to special circumstances. Transport is available to other areas for adoptions, just ask!
Looking to adopt one of our cats? Most adoption fees range from $20 to $50, depending on the cats age and the medical attention he or she has received. You must complete an adoption contract which can be filled out at the time of adoption or emailed to you prior to adoption. All cats that are of age must be spayed or neutered before they can go home with you. This is to help prevent the pet overpopulation problem and reduce the amount of unwanted animals that end up in shelters, usually facing euthanasia. Since we are a small, out-of-the-way town, if you are approved for adoption we can arrange to meet you within approximately an hour radius of where we are located, give or take. Feel free to email us if you have any questions about transport.
Can't adopt? Looking for another way to help? Southern Felines In Peril welcomes help of any and all kinds. Whether its helping to set up a fundraiser or just stopping by to give the cats a little TLC, everything is equally appreciated. Foster homes are also badly needed. If you wish to foster a cat just email us and we'll get back to you ASAP. You can also donate your Fresh Step litter Paw Points. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and can be put towards specifically what you request. You can also help by donating one or more of the many items on our Wish List.
Don't forget to have your own pets spayed and neutered as well! By helping to stop pet overpopulation by keeping it from ever happening you are doing a great service to your community and the animal world.
We are located in Colquitt, GA right off of Belview Road on 233 Bush Grimes Road. A "Southern Felines In Peril" sign will be at the front of the residence. Hope to see you soon!