Western Cape

Cape Town Feral Cat Contacts

Please note that all these individuals & organisations are doing what they do for the welfare of feral cats and depend entirely on donations and public funds to offer these services. Please assist wherever possible and donate generously should you be assisted. Also bear in mind, that who to call depends on what you want done with the cats!

If you manage a feral cat colony, know of other groups, feeders and trappers or want to be listed here, please email: info@tufcat.co.za, we’d love to hear about your experiences, observations & findings.

Animal Anti Cruelty League (AACL)

AACL has been protecting and caring for animals since 1956, similar function to SPCA.

Tel.: 021 534 6426/7 (Epping) or 021 951 3010/5289 (Sacks Circle, Bellville)
Website: www.aacl.co.za

Capetonians Against Animal Abuse

CAAA look after ferals mostly in Cape Town’s northern suburbs – Tygerberg, Durbanville etc.

Contact: Sura
Email: mtsmed@mweb.co.za

Cat Action Team

Feeds ferals in Paarden Eiland and other parts of Cape Town.

Contact: B. Victor
Tel.: 076 040 4878
Email: actionteam.cat@gmail.com

Domestic Animal Rescue Group (DARG)

DARG runs a no-kill animal shelter and adoption programme in Hout Bay. They have a park where there are resident feral cats. Although they are unable to take in more cats and do not find “homes” for ferals, they are always willing to give advice etc.

Tel.: 021 790 4050

Feral Cat Trapping & Sterilisation Network

This welfare assists with trapping and sterilising of feral cat colonies. They are no-kill and will not remove cats for euthanasia. Call June Bradbury (the founder) for advice.

Tel.: 0826542523
Email: cattrapping@gmail.com

Franskraal Ferals

Around 200 feral cats live at the Franskraal resort in Gansbaai. An animal lover, along with the resort manager and desperately trying to sterilize the cats and set up a feeding programme for them.

Contact: Wendy Youn
Email: apearlinhishands@gmail.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/FranskraalFerals

M.E.R.C.Y.

Connie & Steve run a project for the feral cats living at the V & A Waterfront.

Website: www.mercy.org.za

South African Feral Cat Network

Offer advice and trapping assistance. They work closely with TEARS.

Cell: 082 492 2296
Email: brendakerr1234@gmail.com

Southfield Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Lesley I’Ons is very experienced with handling and sterilising feral cats. She has sterilized ferals for TUFCAT and Cat Trapping for many years and she is highly recommended.

Tel.: 021 705 3475

SPCA

Most branches of the SPCA assist with feral cats.

Cape of Good Hope SPCA
Tel.: 021 700 4140

Feral Cat Unit – David Damon
Email: fcu@spca-ct.co.za

TEARS

Although TEARS focus on adoptions and run a No-Kill shelter, where possible, they do assist with sterilising ferals at welfare rates. They are also willing to give advice about trapping etc.

Tel.: 021 785 4282

TUFCAT

Sharyn & Janine are responsible for the cats resident on campus, finding homes for animals dumped there and assisting cleaning staff with their pets. They are hopelessly over extended, but are always willing to give advice.

Email: info@tufcat.co.za / sspicer@uwc.ac.za
Cell: 082 433 0932 (Sharyn)

If you cannot get hold of Sharyn, then try Janine on 076 637 1198