Support Cat Adoption and Rescue. Why go to a cat breeder or pet store to buy a cat when you can adopt?
Our Featured College Station, TX Partner:
Cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life!
Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:
We are a spay/neuter voucher program serving stray cats and pets with low income owners in Brazos County, Texas. We rescue and rehome a limited number of cats and kittens when they cannot safely remain where found.
We target companion animals least likely to be spayed/neutered - those with low-income owners and stray cats - and help them get fixed so they do not contribute to pet overpopulation. Sometimes some of the cats we help cannot safely be returned to where they were found - for example they are sick or injured or multiple cats have been run over in the area. We rescue these cats, get them well, and find them safe, indoor homes. We rely on private donations and adoption fees to fund our program. We almost always spend more on vet care than the adoption fees we charge.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Mail checks to BCS Spay, PO Box 11773, College Station, TX 77842. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
Come Meet our Pets:
Watch our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BCSSpayNeuter for announcements of adoption events. We are at Petco or Petsmart in College Station most Saturdays.
Our Adoption Process:
Email us at BCSSpayDay@gmail.com for an adoption application. You must have permission from your landlord if renting. Any other pets must be spayed/neutered and up to date on their shots. You must plan to keep the cat indoors. Once you application is approved (usually within a day or two), we will arrange for you to meet with a cat or kitten that fits what you are looking for. The adoption contract requires you to return the cat to us if you are ever unable to keep him/her for any reason. Adoption fees range from $40-80. Cats and kittens have been spayed/neutered, microchipped for identification, and are up to date on their shots (FVRCP and rabies).