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In previous years, feral cats delivered to the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area by Animal Control or private citizens were euthanized. With a new collaborative program, this community will now be able to sterilize and immunize feral cats and return them to the area where they have been living. This program is for feral cats only, friendly adoptable cats will be evaluated for adoption through the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area. If not chosen for the adoption program, they may be euthanized.

The Goodwin Center for Community Cats was built with funds generously donated by Ms. Alice Goodwin, in memory of her daughter who loved cats. The program is run collaboratively by the New Braunfels Community Cat Coalition, the Comal County Veterinary Medical Association and the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area.

There is no charge to spay/neuter and vaccinate feral cats from Comal County and the New Braunfels Area, however, to keep the program sustainable, please consider donating to the New Braunfels Community Cat Coalition.

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  • New Braunfels Community Cat Coalition Stance on Spaying Pregnant Cats

    Spaying a pregnant female cat ends her pregnancy and regardless of "how far along she is" the kittens are not viable and they will not live. With 1000's of cats and kittens still being euthanized in our community every year, preventing the birth of homeless cats is something NBCCC is dedicated to. If you have the time, the room, the money and the network to find homes for kittens, please contact HSNBA about becoming a foster home. Hundreds of underage kittens and friendly nursing cats find themselves at the shelter every year and the shelter is desperate to find foster homes able to care for them until they are old enough for adoption.
  • Feral vs Friendly Cats

    The Goodwin Center for Community Cats has been created in order to end the euthanasia of feral cats in our community. The center is not a low cost spay and neuter option for owned or friendly cats. Cats who are friendly and handleable will not be spayed or neutered in the Goodwin Center, they will be delivered to the Humane Society where they will be evaluated for adoption. Based on their health and behavior and available room in the shelter they will either be selected for the adoption program or they will be euthanized. If they are selected for the adoption program, they will be spayed or neutered, and micro chipped and placed up for adoption. Due to health or behavior, or available room in the shelter, they may be selected for euthanasia at any point in their stay. You will not be notified of the shelter's decision. There are low cost spay and neuter options in the area, if our program is not appropriate for your situation. San Antonio Humane Society 4804 Fredricksburg, San Antonio, TX 78229, 210.226.7461 Animal Defense League 11215 Iota Drive, San Antonio 78217, 210.655.1481 Hill Country Animal League 924 N Main St, Boerne, TX 78006, 830.249.2341 City of Seguin Spay and Neuter Assistance Program 809 South River, Seguin, Texas 78155, 830.401.2335 Guadalupe County Humane Society 2484 N. State Highway 46, Seguin, Texas, 78155, 830.372.2055 Emancipet 7201 Levander Loop, Buildings I & K, Austin, TX 78702, 512.587.7729 Emancipet Mobile Clinics in San Marcos, New Braunfels, and Kyle.

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