Important: Almost every question you have can be answered on this website. Please review the resources on the right and in the Resource Room and see if you can find the answer to your questions there first. However, if you need contact us with a specific question, please email us, and be patient! We will do our best to respond within 48 hours.
The best way to get TNR help is to fill out a Needs Assessment Form.
Other questions can be addressed to specific areas of expertise at Carol’s Ferals. The footer of the site lists all contact info for various teams that can help with Adoption, Volunteering and other areas of interest.
Thank you for allowing us to better serve the cats of West Michigan.
Please be sure to check the main page of this site for any upcoming TNR Intake Closures.
Feeling lost? Come to our Thursday Evening TNR Training Sessions with Carol. Details here: Thursday evening training
We accept cats for TNR vet service every Sunday–Tuesday from 6–7:30 pm. If you are a new client and have never used our services, please complete a Needs Assessment Form. Filling out this form will expedite the intake process, and we will be able to respond to your concerns faster, rather than a phone call.
Please Understand Our Mission
To end feline overpopulation in West Michigan through community education and empowerment. Our focus is Trap-Neuter-Return. First and foremost, every single cat needs to be sterilized. This is the starting point. Everything else we can do to help you help a cat is based on that beginning visit. If you have see a very sick or injured cat, please fill out the needs assessment form and only place an additional phone call if the situation is in need of immediate attention. We are not an emergency service so we triage as necessary. We are unable to take owner-surrendered cats into our adoption program. Any cats in our adoption program come in directly through TNR services.
Location, Direction & Hours: http://www.carolsferals.org/directions/