Services and Resources
HTAT offers several community assistance programs to help keep pets with their families. Our service area covers Brimfield, Holland, Palmer, Monson, Southbridge, Sturbridge, Wales, Ware and Warren.
Do you live in our service area? HTAT can help you spay or neuter your cats for $60 or less. (Ferals and strays get fixed for free!)
Pet Food Pantry
Struggling to feed your pet? Pick up pet food every two weeks at our Pet Food Pantry.
Finding Your Lost Cat
Losing your cat outdoors is an awful feeling. But many cats have been recovered using the right method. In fact, most cats are found only a few blocks from their homes.
Safety Net Foster
Do you live in our service area and need emergency housing for your cat? HTAT will temporarily foster them. Contact email@example.com or 413-324-8227 for more information.
Cat Behavior Advice
Cat suddenly peeing outside the litterbox? Need to introduce a new cat to your resident feline? HTAT's cat behaviorist, Dr. Rachel Geller, provides tailored, expert advice at no charge. Contact her at DrRachelGeller@gmail.com or 617-686-8853.
Trap Neuter Return
We believe that TNR (Trap - Neuter - Return) is the most humane and effective way to combat feral over-population while improving the cats' overall health and well-being.
TNR is the process whereby feral and stray cats are humanely trapped, spayed or neutered and vaccinated by a veterinarian and then released back to their original locations after recovering from surgery. In addition, the left ear is cropped or "tipped" indicating that the cat has been sterilized.
Are there a lot of outdoor cats in your community? Do you live in our service area? If so, we can help!
Contact us at 413-324-8224 or Smudge@heretodaysanctuary.org
For more information about TNR, visit these resources from Alley Cat Allies and Neighborhood Cats.
Can't find what you're looking for? Not in our service area? Other community resources might be able to help.