The mission of Friends of Felines KS is to improve the lives of community cats in the Wichita, Kansas area by humanely controlling and reducing their overpopulation through education and providing trap-neuter-return (TNR) services.
Doris Day Animal Foundation approved Friends of Felines KS for a grant!
TNR of community cats is a specialized area and competes for grants with shelters, rescues, and sanctuaries. Sometimes, like the cats we help, we feel like we are overlooked. We are thrilled to partner with DDAF to help the cats in our area.
Watch this video by The Kitten Lady, Hannah Shaw, for answers to frequently asked questions about Trap Neuter Return of community cats.
Shop for unique items and benefit Friends of Felines KS, too!
Stop by Generations Antiques & Artisans, located at 767 N. West St. and ask to see Cindy's shelf. She has a fun assortment of handmade gift items for both your human and feline friends. She donates the proceeds to Friends of Feral Felines KS.
Donate to help reduce community cat overpopulation.
2022: 763 cats
2021: 1,305 cats
2020: 1,078 cats
2019: 1,068 cats
2018: 1,017 cats
2017: 908 cats
2016: 906 cats
2015: 662 cats
Twinkle Toes 2021
Friends of Feral Felines KS does not have a veterinarian on staff or provide veterinary care beyond facilitating the TNR process. If your cat has a medical emergency, please contact a qualified veterinarian.
Easy Ways to Help...
In addition to medical expense of $65 per cat, overhead adds another $40 to the cost of each and every TNR we facilitate. All of the funding for FOFFKS comes from people like you. Please help us help cats!
You shop for the cats!
We will thank you now since Chewy and Amazon do not tell us the identity of our shopping fairies. The cats appreciate your generosity!