Feline Lifeline is a non-profit (Registered 501c3 Charitable Organization) staffed entirely by volunteers.
Our presence on Meetup is to find others interested in volunteering with our group. We do not take in found or unwanted cats or kittens.
Volunteers help local homeless cats living outdoors in groups (colonies) by feeding them daily, removing kittens and tame adults so that they can be offered for adoption after spay/neuter and other vet work has been done, and sterilizing those too timid for adoption so they can live out their lives where they are without reproducing.
The number of cats helped by Feline Lifeline depends entirely upon donations made to Feline Lifeline.
Feline Lifeline also educates the public on how to help homeless cats through group presentations and publications, and by advising individuals who want to assist cats they have found.
Unfortunately, Feline Lifeline does not have a shelter.
Cats and kittens rescued from colonies managed by Feline Lifeline are kept in the homes of volunteers until there is room for them at Feline Lifeline adoption centers.
Therefore, Feline Lifeline cannot accept animals found or given up by others.
Nevertheless, Feline Lifeline volunteers will assist people in finding homes for stray cats or for felines they can no longer keep, as long as the person needing help with this is willing to house the cat and do any necessary vet work until a new home is found.