Focus on Ferals

A 7962 Clyde Park SW, Byron Center, MI 49315 rescue helping to find loving homes for cats.

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Gina Marvin
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Pets at Focus on Ferals

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  • Cats
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  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female
Photo of Aubree

Aubree

Female, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Werner

Werner

Male, Adult, Special Needs
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Igor

Igor

Male, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Bourbon

Bourbon

Male, Adult, Special Needs
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Libra

Libra

Female, Kitten
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Junior

Junior

Male, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Geronimo

Geronimo

Male, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Calista

Calista

Female, Senior, Bonded Pair
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Cricket

Cricket

Male, Senior, Bonded Pair
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Bob

Bob

Male, Adult
Siamese

Photo of Garbanzo

Garbanzo

Female, Kitten
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Navy

Navy

Male, Kitten
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Butter

Butter

Female, Kitten
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Lima

Lima

Male, Kitten
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Creme

Creme

Female, Adult, Special Needs
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Scooter

Scooter

Male, Senior
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Regé-Jean

Regé-Jean

Male, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Idris Elba

Idris Elba

Male, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Esmeralda

Esmeralda

Female, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

Photo of Chubbs

Chubbs

Male, Adult
Domestic Shorthair

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Areas Focus on Ferals Serves

Kent County

Focus on Ferals's Adoption Process

The adoption fee is kittens through 6 months $125 or 2 for $200
kitties over 6 months $100 or 2 for $150. They come spayed/neutered, tested for FIV and FeLV, wormed, treated for fleas and is up to date on his/her vaccines.

If you are interested in adopting one of our kittens, please CLICK HERE to fill out an Adoption Application. If you have questions you can call 616-826-0927.

About Focus on Ferals

Our mission is to improve the lives of feral cats through education and action, following the humane methods of Trap-Neuter-Return, and thus treating every feral cat with the compassion and respect they deserve.

The Humane Answer: Trap-Neuter-Return
If you've ever seen cats in an alleyway eating out of dumpsters, or blending into the wild habitat of a wooded area, and wondered about their condition and how you could help them, read on...

Some of them, having been lost or abandoned, have found their way to a colony where they can survive amongst other felines. But the majority live out their lives as feral, or "wild", cats. Being either born in the wild and never having had human contact, or reverting to a wild state after having been abandoned; the great majority of feral cats cannot be tamed. Generally, attempts at taming or adoption of ferals prove to be fruitless. Our efforts can be realized one-hundred-fold if we do the greatest good for the greatest number of ferals by stopping the cycle of reproduction.

Communities can help these forgotten cats by providing them with food, water, shelter, and spaying/neutering services through the "Trap-Neuter-Return" full management program.

Briefly, TNR consists of the humane trapping, sterilization, and return of feral cats to their familiar habitat to be cared for daily by dedicated volunteers. Kittens under eight weeks and/or tame cats are placed into adoption programs.

For more in-depth information on TNR, please visit our links page to visit the Alley Cat Allies web site or the Feral Friends web site.

Come Meet Focus on Ferals's Pets

Our adoption center is located at 7962 Clyde Park SW Byron Center. We are open by appointment only once an application has been submitted and approved.

'Our adoption facility houses so many kitties. The rest are in foster homes. If you want to meet a specific kitty, please inquire with us before attending an adoption event, so we can make every effort to have the requested kitties available!

For every kitten that is adopted another kitten will have a chance at a healthy happy life. Kitten season has been especially busy this year and we have been at capacity for some time now. Sadly this means people who want to help the cats and kittens in their area are being turned away because of limited resources.

Focus on Ferals's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List