Feral/Free Roaming Cats

Siberian cat (12 weeks) in front of a white background

What are feral cats?

Feral, or free-roaming cats are cats who live outside with little to no human contact. They often can’t be handled or touched, and will live quite happily this way. Some feral cats were once owned cats who got out of the house or were dumped. Others were born outside and have never seen the inside of house. SpaySA recognizes that these cats need help too. Spaying and neutering is even more important when it comes to an outside population of cats- they can breed very quickly and are also vulnerable to more than just sickness. With the threat of predators, traffic, few food sources, and numerous other things, these cats don’t need to add raising kittens!

The Brooks Spay & Neuter Clinic is now accepting ferals under their Subsidy Program.

Brooks Spay & Neuter Clinic hours for feral cats

Open: Tuesday – Saturday
Capacity: 10 cats per day
Check in time: 7:15 am
Pick-up time: 4-5 pm (specific pick-up details will be provided on-site)
Location: 8034 City Base Landing, 78235

Need help or information about feral cats?  Contact the San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition (SAFCC).