Our mission is simple. We save cats.
Founded in 2004, Feral Cat Program of Georgia (FCPGA) is a grass-roots program run primarily by volunteers. It began as an initiative of the Humane Society of Forsyth County when a huge feral and stray cat population began outgrowing the county resources available.
As the need became larger, FCPGA evolved into a stand alone rescue organization. In the beginning, the group consisted of a few dedicated volunteers conducting TNR missions throughout the county.
When adoptable kittens were found in feral colonies, foster homes were added to care for and socialize the kittens. This network of foster homes is still in place today and is the backbone of our rescue group. In addition to our TNR efforts, we also help local animal control offices place under socialized and adoptable cats and kittens. FCPGA is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
What We Do
We find forever homes for stray, lost, or abandoned cats through a network of volunteers, foster families, and amazing rescue and adoption partners. We also encourage and actively support TNR (trap-neuter-return) efforts to humanely decrease the cat overpopulation in our community.
FCPGA primarily serves North Fulton, Forsyth, and Dawson Counties.
We’re Sorry, But We Do Not
- Trap and remove/relocate feral cats
- Remove cats from occupied or abandoned property
- Have a shelter to accept or house animals
Many hands make light work. With the help of generous donors and tireless volunteers, we are making a difference in the lives of feral, outdoor, and domestic indoor cats in our area. Here’s what we accomplished in 2019 alone:
- 732 Cats Rescued
- 1134 Spay/Neuter Surgeries Performed
- 669 Cats Adopted
- 594 Cats TNR’d