Owned Cat Resources


We believe that pets are a lifetime commitment. We also know things can happen from time to time impacting your ability to provide everything your cat needs. Below are common requests for assistance and services or agencies that can help.


Pet Food Assistance


Please download our file with low cost pet food pantries and discount stores.

If you need temporary emergency assistance, you can always ask for help from Indy Neighborhood Cats.

Request Cat Food Assistance




Medical Assistance

Emergencies pop up and the average person may not have enough to help with the cost of a vet visit. We believe finding health issues in cats early is just as important as it is for humans. Here are places to find help:

FACE Low Cost Animal Clinic

West Michigan Street Vet Clinic

Indy Cares   In most cases Indy Cares can only help when you arrive at Indianapolis Animal Care Services to surrender a pet.

Indy Neighborhood Cats Request Assistance from INC



Spay / Neuter Assistance


SNSI (Spay-Neuter Services Indiana) 

Indy Humane Downtown Clinic (Formerly Animal Welfare Center)

Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinics

FACE Low Cost Animal Clinic

Please speak directly to the clinics about direct financial assistance they may offer.


Transportation to Appointments


Indy Neighborhood Cats (INC) can help find you and your cat a ride to pet food pantries, medical appointments or spay/neuter appointments. *  

Request Assistance from INC

* some restrictions apply





Behavioral Issues


IndyHumane Behavior Resources

Does your cat bite, have litter box issues, scratch, or not get along with other animals in your home? *Thinking about having kids and wondering how to introduce your cat to the new baby?

Please contact IndyHumane’s Feline Programs team at: cathelp@indyhumane.org

*Declawed cats can have some of the long-term behavioral issues outlined above. Please make sure to mention this to the behaviorist. Paw repair surgery may be required. https://pawproject.org/about-us/about-the-paw-project/   



If you and your pets are facing possible homelessness


SOAR (Street Outreach Animal Response) may be able to help. Many people will not access vital resources because of worry for their pets. SOAR’s mission is to maintain the human / animal bond. Please fill out their online form with as much detail as possible.

Click here to contact SOAR






Resources to help locate lost cats


Finding your cat can be stressful and scary. First please post your cat on these sites.

Indy Lost Pet Alert

Paw Boost






If you MUST Rehome your cat


Please do not give your cat away for free under any circumstance. Please utilize these resources below to make the rehoming process as safe as possible for you and your cat.  

Rehome
The experts at Adopt-a-Pet.com with support from The Petco Foundation, have created a secure, trusted program to help you place your cat from your loving home directly to another. 

IndyHumane surrender a cat