South County Cats 


South County Cats is an all-volunteer nonprofit spay/neuter assistance organization serving south King County. Since 2006, more than 9,500 cat spay/neuter services have been facilitated through South County Cats’ programs, which include companion cat spay/neuter assistance for limited-income families and disabled or senior citizens, a community trap-neuter-return program, and spay/neuter services for foster cats and kittens before adoption.

Mission Statement
South County Cats’ mission is to reduce overpopulation, homelessness and euthanasia of cats in our community by providing assistance with free or low-cost, easily accessible, spay and neuter for companion and community cats.
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South County Cats
26828 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd SE 
Maple Valley 
(206) 910-4495 

Sally Halela 


South County Cats Programs

These programs have significantly decreased the number of surplus litters born to companion and community cats, thus preventing thousands of cats and kittens from entering our local shelters.

Our vision is a community where our shelters have space to provide temporary care for homeless pets and pets whose caretakers can no longer keep them due to life-changing circumstances, until they can be placed in permanent homes. Through spay and neuter we can prevent surplus animals from overcrowding our shelters.

Companion Cat Spay/Neuter Program 
Through partnerships with Pasado's Safe Haven, spay/neuter clinics, and local veterinarians, South County Cats provides financial assistance, and transportation when needed, for limited-income families, disabled and senior citizens to have their companion cat(s) spayed or neutered.

Trap-Neuter-Return Program
We provide assistance with Trap-Neuter-Return of community cats (stray, feral, abandoned) to prevent the next generation of feral cats. The offspring of community cats are socialized whenever possible, spayed or neutered, and adopted as family pets. Additionally, we educate the public about community cats and their place in our environment. 

Foster Kitten Spay/Neuter Program 
South County Cats accepts kittens whose mothers (and other cats in the household or yard) are spayed or neutered through our programs, as volunteer foster homes are available. These kittens receive treatment for internal and external parasites, are vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed or neutered before adoption.

Recent Successes and Current Challenges

In 2013 South County Cats formed a partnership with Pasado’s Safe Haven and Regional Animal Services-King County, bringing dedicated, accessible, free or low-cost cat and dog spay/neuter to south King County. Nearly all cat spay/neuters are fully or partially funded by South County Cats. This includes companion, feral and free-roaming (community) cats. Over 900 cats (and over 100 dogs) were spayed or neutered at the south King County spay station in 2014.

The ongoing success and sustainability of our Spay/Neuter programs depend on fundraising, grants and donations. GiveBIG 2015 donations will be used to provide financial assistance for limited income south King County residents to have their cat(s) spayed or neutered through South County Cats' partnerships with Pasado’s Safe Haven Spay Station, spay/neuter clinics and private veterinarians.


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