dissolved effective June 30, 2011.
Due to a lack of funds, we unfortunately
cannot accept applications for financial assistance at this time.
If you are in need of financial assistance, please visit our list
of other organizations that help with veterinary bills (below).
Feline Outreach was funded entirely
by private contributions. Any assistance we provided was due entirely
to the generosity of our donors.
Other organizations that may be able to
provide financial assistance
Apply for Feline Outreach Financial Assistance
Feline Outreach assisted owners with unanticipated veterinary
expenses rather than ongoing, routine care such as vaccinations.
For assistance in spaying/neutering and vaccinations, we encourge
owners to explore the availability of low cost clinics in your area
that may be able to provide these services at a reduced cost.
Our goal is to help keep cats in homes.
- There are no specific geographical or financial
criteria for applying for assistance.
- Applications will be considered based on the
amount of assistance needed, and the applicant’s income and debt.
- Feline Outreach Inc. focuses on assistance for
specific past or future expenditures rather than ongoing routine care.
- Financial assistance is generally paid directly
to a veterinarian, pharmacy or other vendor.
- An interest-free loan option is available.
- Our funds are not restricted. All funds are available for
general inquiries, assistance,
education, etc. This enables us to grant assistance quickly in emergency
cases, and to provide assistance to both caretakers with a large support
network (such as an online forum) and caretakers without such support.
- For rescue organizations in need, an application should be provided,
omitting income information, etc, and attaching veterinary bills and a
copy of 501(c)(3) registration. Generally, the focus of our
organization is on keeping cats in homes, rather than assisting with
cats that do not have homes. However, funds permitting, we may be able
to grant something in recognition for what you have done to assist
homeless cats through your work.
Please visit the Education section on our
website for valuable information on caring for your cat.
You may want to join an online forum, depending on your cat’s condition.
Some good online groups are included in the links on our Education page.
Questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org