Help Us Care For Ferals!
You can feed anytime between these hours on these days:
Contact Linda@nbcats.org if you are interested in helping to care for our working cats at the Goodwin Center for Community Cats at 3353 Morningside Drive, New Braunfels, TX 78132 (on the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area property). Volunteers are needed once a day to feed/water the cats.
A volunteer will meet you on-site to walk through the task with you. It takes about an hour to feed the cats in the pens and the free-roaming cats. Some volunteers prefer to bring their own water containers, but there is a hose at the back of the shelter.
*Please note that these cats are feral, so please don’t try to pet them.*
1. Working Cat Pen Feeders
Occasionally, feral cats in our program can’t be returned to their original outdoor homes for safety reasons. These cats go into our Working Cat adoption program. Everything you need to care for the cats in the pens is in the shed next to the cat pens. If you need to replenish supplies, shelter staff can show you where everything is.
2. Free-roaming Feral Cats in Barn
HSNBA has released fixed feral cats into the barn on the HSNBA property. The barn is located at the top of the driveway near the street, on your right as you turn off Morningside into the shelter. The cat food is in the metal container in the barn. Disposable metal pans are in the plastic bin. These cats are free-roaming, so there are no litter boxes in the barn.
3. Free-roaming Feral Cats Behind Cat Pens
A small colony of fixed feral cats roams on the property behind the cat pens. Their feeding station is behind the dumpster on the concrete pad.
Thanks for your help in saving the lives of feral cats and making life better for them.
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