All adoptions are $25 and include:

Microchipping is optional but encouraged.

We are a small, all volunteer run organization with no funding. All veterinary costs are paid for by our volunteers. The adoption fee allows to regain a very small amount of their own money that our volunteers pay to help these cats so that we may continue to help other animals. All animals in our care were found outdoors as strays without care and could not be released back to the area they were found in. Our kitties are often a bit shy at first but with all the free coaching and mentoring we provide, you can integrate them into your patient household so that they can become the lifetime companions you cherish. Help us save more community cats in need of homes by adopting from our organization and keeping these cats out of municipal shelters which are very stressful both physically and psychologically for them.

View our kitties in need of forever homes


We are in need of foster homes!!! Let us know if you're interested in caring for one or more kitties while we find them a home. We provide all veterinary care and mentoring/coaching for free.

To adopt or foster, please call 520-256-0443 or email

Our Mission

To encourage the use of Trap-Neuter-Return to stop the breeding cycle of free-roaming cats and improve their quality of life.

About Tucson Feral Coalition

WE ARE NOT A SHELTER. We are a small group of unpaid volunteers in Pima County, AZ that use and advocate the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) technique to humanely and effectively manage free-roaming, community cats. TNR stops the breeding cycle of community cats and reduces fighting and spraying behaviors. We care about community cats and advocate for no-kill solutions. Some of the cats we are fostering have an ear-tip because they have come to us through community trap-neuter-return efforts. Because we are not a shelter, we are unable to sponsor veterinary care or accept animals from the public.

Community Outreach

***Please note, we are happy to loan traps with a refundable deposit. Traps are strictly for TNR use.***

We teach YOU to conduct TNR and manage the community cats in YOUR neighborhood! Again, we are not a shelter. We mentor you so that you can humanely and effectively care for the cats in your neighborhood and work place. We are available to offer lots of advice and knowledge on providing shelter, feeding, basic medical care and free/low-cost spay/neuter so that you can manage the free-roaming cats in your area.

Trap-Neuter-Return, or TNR, stops the breeding cycle of community cats and allows a means to provide shelter, food, and basic medical care with minimal intervention. Strays living in feral colonies are easily identified as such once trapped and observed. Strays can then be adopted out to caring homes. Feral kittens trapped early enough can be socialized and also adopted out to caring homes.