We are run entirely by volunteers and rely on donations from the public to fund our three programs. To make a donation, visit our Donations page.
Our team of volunteer trappers use humane cat traps to rescue stray and homeless cats. The cats are assessed and taken to our vet partners to be spayed and neutered, vaccinated, and receive any necessary medical or dental treatment.
After the cats have recovered, our team determines next steps. If the cat is tame, we transfer them to one of our animal rescue partners for fostering and adoption. If the cat is feral and can't be tamed, they are returned to a site with a feeding station or relocated to an approved barn. At these locations, they are fed and cared for by residents and volunteers in the community. These cats can live out their lives without reproducing, allowing the feral population to decline gradually over time.
Please note that theTNR program is currently on hold.
This orphaned kitten receives her first bottle. Her screams had led our volunteer trappers to her and her three siblings.
We provide free spay/neuter surgery for cats owned by low-income residents in Surrey who need help with the financial cost of the surgery. Since the program launched in 2016, we've helped nearly 900 families spay and neuter more than 1,300 cats.
Cats must be at least four months to be spayed/neutered. Owners can fill out an or call our message line at 778-589-8552.
NOTE: SurreyCats Spay and Neuter program has a wait list and we are not accepting new applications at this time.
Pet Food Bank
We have partnered with the Surrey Urban Mission to help them operate a pet food bank for people who need help caring for their pets. Pet owners who need food can visit the pet food bank at:
Surrey Urban Mission
10776 King George Blvd, Surrey
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
To make a food donation, visit our Food Donations page. We also support feral cat caretakers. Thank you so much for your support!