Fairport Harbor Community Cats is one of several chapters of Lake County and Ashtabula Community Cats. We focus on community cat colonies in Fairport Harbor, Ohio.
As of September 2017, an ordinance regarding the feeding of stray and feral cats is in effect in the village of Fairport Harbor, Ohio. This ordinance promotes the responsible care of community cats through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs. TNR has proven to be the most humane and effective method for controlling the potential overpopulation of abandoned, stray, and feral cats.
The legislation bans the feeding of these animals unless caregivers are practicing responsible colony care and registered with an approved animal welfare organization. As an approved animal welfare organization, we are happy to announce that we have partnered with the village to promote the humane care and management of these community cats.
Fairport Harbor Community Cats (FHCC) provides trapping, low-cost sterilization, and ongoing education to any village resident who wishes to care for these animals. We are here to help.
For more information or to register, we encourage all caregivers to contact us at:
440-251-8576 or email@example.com
We do not share your names with the village. We provide numbers and statistics about how well TNR is working – and we, like you, know it works – on a quarterly basis.
If you are a current caregiver or want to help the new cat(s) that appeared in your yard, we encourage you to reach out to us.
The reasons are simple:
**Approval to feed cats is dependent on practicing responsible care-giving.
Please see the Caregiver Commandments for best practices and recommendations.