About Stray Cat Alliance-Texarkana
About Our Rescue Group...
Stray Cat Alliance - Texarkana is a fully volunteer based organization that works to improve the lives of stray and feral cats living in our community through the process of TNR (trap, neuter, return / relocate / rescue).
We strive to bring public awareness to the importance of outdoor cats while advocating responsible population control, further reducing the number of cats killed in the city animal shelter.
Primary efforts are to rescue, spay/neuter/vaccinate, vet and find good homes for homeless cats.
All of our cats are rescues. None of them are caged unless at an event. We keep our cats housed in loving foster homes or at our organization where each is allowed to develop his/her own personality, run, play and socialize with others.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Come Meet Our Pets...
You may call us anytime from 10AM to 4PM CST with any questions you have and to make an appointment for meeting and visiting with any of our kitties awaiting a loving forever home.
Visitations usually take place at the foster home in which the cat/kitten is being cared for.
Stray Cat Alliance - Texarkana meets every first Thursday from 6PM to 8PM CST. Meeting locations are announced on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/TexarkanaStrayCats and our Facebook group at Facebook.com/StrayCatAllianceTexarkana. You can also find our adoption events announced on our Facebook page and group.
Meetings are open to the public and everyone interested is welcome. We offer a buffet style meal that includes dessert and drink for $8. Purchasing a meal is not required. We are very casual and sometimes get wild and crazy. Some of us do talk with our mouths full. =)
Please, come join us and see what we are all about!
Our Adoption Process...
• Adoption Fees: Our adoption fees vary for each cat.
• Health & Wellness: All adult cats are vaccinated, spayed or neutered and in good health.
For those that are raised indoors, we do require that they continue to live indoors after adoption. Cats that have lived outdoors most of their lives, and are planned to continue living outside, must be adopted to homes that are not in heavily trafficked areas, preferably rural settings.
Special instructions apply for potential adopters with children under 10 years of age.
• Contracts & Agreements: An adoption application and contract agreement are required for all adoptions. A contract agreement to spay or neuter is additionally required for cats prior to 6 months of age.
Adoption application can be found here: goo.gl/pncSEL
• Financial Aid: We have optional financial assistance for spaying or neutering your cat for the following counties in Arkansas and Texas: Bowie, Cass, Little River and Miller.
Financial assistance is provided by Texarkana Animal League and covers one spay or neuter operation, age appropriate/required shots, an examination and a heartworm test for only $30. That is a wonderful deal!
To apply for financial help, visit TexarkanaAnimalLeague.org/spay-neuter.html