About Us

Founded in 2014 by Catherine Harrison, Hub City Ferals is part of an international effort working to promote, foster and develop humane non-lethal control programs for feral and stray cats through sterilization that effectively reduces their numbers over a period of time. Our goal is to humanely control area feral cat populations and reduce the killing and abandonment of healthy companion animals through Trap-Neuter-Return & Maintain, (TNR&M) adoptions, education & community assistance.

Feral cats are not stray cats. Feral cats are descendants of domesticated cats (often lost, abandoned or stray) that have been born and raised in ‘the wild’ meaning without human contact. Feral cats live in colonies near a steady food supply source and are often afraid of human contact.

We suggest humane euthanasia for all feral cats who test positive for Feline Leukemia Virus and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. We do not euthanize healthy cats or kittens. Our mission dictates that we provide them as healthy an environment as we can control. We adopt out all cats and kittens that can become pets. We are a 501(c3) non-profit organization so all donations are tax deductible.