Our Mission Statement

To give feral, stray and abandoned cats a better quality of life through the 
'TNVR' program (Trap, Neuter/Spay, Vaccinate, Return with care).

Many counties have adopted this procedure but we are the only organization in 
Ontario County, New York, at this time that deals with feral, stray and abandoned cats.

We have been in existence since February 2009.  We are always looking for volunteers.  
If you are interested in help with our fundraisers, transporting cats, 
working at our clinics or any other volunteer opportunity, please contact us at:

The Colony Caregivers
PO Box 12
Shortsville, NY 14548

Helen Menga - Acting President

Important Warning

The Colony Caregivers would like to remind the public that feral cats are wild animals and should never be underestimated.  Use extreme caution when handling feral cats! Any fees, injuries, and/or damages that occur as a result of interaction with feral/domestic cats are the responsibility of the individual(s) handling the cat(s). 
The Colony Caregivers and its representatives are in no way liable.
From February 2009 through May 2015 we have spayed/neutered over 2591 feral, stray and abandoned cats.  Each month we continue to secure approximately 50 spots at clinics, at a reduced price not available to the general public. We are a very small group, please consider volunteering and/or consider making a donation. 
We are now a 501c3 which means your donation is fully tax deductible.
Last Update: 11/20/2015

Ziggy & Zues

Our donations on this site are taken through PayPal. By clicking on Yellow Donate button above you will be taken directly to the PayPal form to make that donation.You can use any of your credit cards on PayPal to make your donation. 

100% of Donations made through PayPal are given to The Colony Caregivers as of 
November 1, 2015!

During the month of December PayPal will be contributing 1% for any donation made to 
The Colony Caregivers through them.  

 Ziggy & Zues

Two Cats Adopted form a Hoarding Situation in Canandaigua.

To hear their story
Click here!