The Cat Action Team of Prince Edward Island 

Coalition to Aid Feral Cats in PEI

OUR VOLUNTEERS activities

The Cat Action Team of Prince Edward Island is a registered, non-profit, volunteered based charity established to work with the public in caring for stray, feral and barn cats throughout the province.

What we do

Trap-Neuter-Return

One of the primary objectives of our organization is to trap, neuter, test, vaccinate and return feral, stray and barns cats. To date, we have completed this program to over (12,500) of cats. (2018 statistics)

Cat Shelters

We have placed over 100 wooden cat shelters in feral cat colonies so stray and feral cats can seek both protection and shelter.

Cat Food

When needed, Cat Action provides food for stray and feral cats in the community.

Community Reponse

Cat Action responds to innumerable concerns related to stray, feral and barn cats from communities throughout PEI.

If you know of any cats who need our help, please contact us.

Spay and neuter assistance for house cats (as well as dogs and rabbits) is available through our companion organization, SpayAid PEI.

CAT proudly participates in the Companion Animal Welfare Initiative (CAWI) of the PEI Department of Agriculture and Forestry.

How to Help

There are a number of ways you can help out Cat Action!

DONATE

Donate funds or items from our wish list to help us carry out our work.

DONATE
BECOME A MEMBER

Membership to join the Cat Action Team is $10 per year. Fill out our membership form.

JOIN
VOLUNTEER

There are many ways to volunteer with Cat Action. Check out the list of tasks on our volunteer form.

SIGN UP

ABOUT our organization

Learn more about the Cat Action Team activites and procedures.

FAQsABOUT
CAT DOCUMENTS

TNR Clinic Instructions, Brochures and Forms.

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CAT POLICIES & PROCEDURES

Regarding Trapping and Transporting.

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CAT GOVERNANCE

Bi-laws, Policies, Meeting Minutes, AGM and Financial Reports.

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LATEST CAT news

Solving Cat Overpopulation

One of the Cat Action Team’s primary objectives is to trap, neuter, test, vaccinate and return feral, stray and barns cats.  A study on cat overpopulation in Canada says more[…]

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17 Years of Helping Feral Cats

More than 12,500 cats TNRed since 2001!  Read more in this CBC article. 

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Our Sponsors

Cat Action is grateful for the generosity of the following organizations:

CanFel
Foundation