Our goal is to Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) as many feral and free-roaming cats as possible, with the help of
Eastern PA Animal Alliance (EPAA) for low cost spay/neuter. For more info on EPAA see below.
You can DONATE via PayPal, Credit Card or check by clicking the "Donate" button at the top left of this page or on our Facebook page.
You can also mail check or money order to Donations,
c/o 1900 E. Gibson St.,
Scranton, PA 18510.
Thank your for your support.
Physical Addr IN Nay Aug Park
Mailing Address ONLY
St. Cats & Dogs Inc.
c/o 1900 E.Gibson St.
Scranton, Pa . 18510
St. Cats & Dogs is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer group, established in 2012.
Originally started to reduce cat overpopulation by trapping and transporting feral cats, working with the community, to spay/neuter and return these cats where they were trapped. They have caregivers that feed them and provide shelter.
Now that we've leased the old Nay Aug Zoo building, we'll be able to have dogs fixed at our spay clinics as well.
Go to www.epaaonline.com for detailed information and a complete list of services and pricing.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-994-5846. Their voicemail box is often full, so you may get a quicker response via email vs. a phone call.
Feral/free roaming cats: $35 including ear tip and rabies vaccine.
Pet cats are $60 including rabies and distemper vaccines.
Prices for dogs vary by gender and size, you'll find details on their page.
EPAA (Eastern PA Animal Alliance
** Colony size decreases as cats are sterilized. That
means less unwanted kittens, and fewer cats killed in
** Screeching, fighting, and spraying is eliminated.
** Cats are vaccinated against rabies.
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Feral cats will continue to live their lives in their natural habitat -- the beautiful outdoors where they've been living happily for the past 10,000 years.
TNR is a non-lethal solution in which cats are humanely trapped, fixed, vaccinated and returned to their original homes to live out their lives.
Feral cats are also ear-tipped so that they're easily identifiable if trapped again, and can be released immediately.
Ear tipping is a universal symbol for TNR'd cats. where approx. 1/4" is removed from the cat's ear at the time of neutering.
For daily updates and more information on low-cost spay/neuter, like our Facebook page, St. Cats Dogs Scranton PA
PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT A SHELTER
PLEASE JOIN US ON OUR FIRST ADOPTION DAY
SUNDAY JULY, 16 FROM 11AM. TO 4PM.
SEE SOME KITTIES ON OUR
ADOPTABLE KITTIES PAGE