Do you need rodent control in your barn, or business? 
We have Community Cats in need of new homes! Willing to work for food!

These cats are part of a TNVR program (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return). They are neutered or spayed, vaccinated for rabies, receive an ear tip and microchip for identification in our program.  Unfortunately, they cannot be returned due to dangerous conditions at their current location and need a new place to live. If you are be able to provide a safe haven and food, then please contact us! These are community cats and not social. Text 772.913.3333

6001 N Hwy A1A

Box 8144

Vero Beach, FL 32963

Text 772.913.3333

We are a non profit organization funded by your generous donations! Please support our mission to prevent future generations of community cats in Indian River County! 


​​​Indian River Community Cats, Inc.


Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team! We are always looking for Foster and  Forever Homes. Do you have experience trapping? Please reach out.

Volunteers and colony caretakers make every effort to pick up kittens at the optimal age of 6-8 weeks when they can be socialized to become loving pets. Kind hearts and willing homes are in place for foster care pending adoptions of the kittens.  Adults are returned to their colonies.




We are a nonprofit organization committed to changing the future of Community Cats in Indian River County through the humane practice of TNVR or Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return.  Our mission is to prevent future generations of community cats. 

Spaying/neutering homeless cats:

  • Stabilizes the population at manageable levels. 
  • Eliminates annoying behaviors associated with mating.
  • Is humane to the animals and fosters compassion in the neighborhoods.
  • Is more effective and less costly than repeated attempts at extermination: costs for repeatedly trapping and killing feral colonies are far higher than promoting stable, non-breeding colonies in the same location. Vacated areas are soon filled by other cats, who start the breeding process over again.
  • Removing cats does not solve the feral cat problem and local shelters do not have the resources to trap them. As long as there are humans there will be free roaming cats, so together we must "fix" the problem through TNVR methods.