WE ARE AN ANIMAL WELFARE NGO
We aim to rehabilitate Mumbai’s vulnerable stray cat population and build an enthusiastic cat-loving society that looks out for their interests.DONATE NOW
Stray cats face a high incidence of communicable diseases, malnutrition, and injuries from being hit by vehicles or attacked by dogs and other cats.LEARN MORE
HELP US HELP THEM
We help stray cats through sterilizations, vaccinations and emergency care. We help sick and injured cats recover as best as possible so they can return to their home territoriesGET INVOLVED
Who we are
The Feline Foundation is an animal welfare NGO in Versova, Mumbai that sterilizes and vaccinates stray cats, gives them medical treatment if required, and releases them back to their original location once they are healthy.
We work to enhance the lives of stray cats through medical care, nourishment, population control and community involvement.
Our vision is a healthy and sustainable population of stray cats living in harmony with people.
DONATE TO SAVE A LIFE
Your generous donations would go a long way in supporting our rescue and outreach work.
Help us save the lives of hundreds of cats in need.
SIGN-UP FOR STERILIZATION
Our sterilization drive is open to stray as well as pet cats, for a small fee. In addition to the surgery we also do post-operative care at our facility and vaccinate every cat against rabies.
Donate via Loyalty Points
‘Points for Good’ is a unique platform that enables you to contribute towards the welfare of stray cats at The Feline Foundation, by donating the loyalty reward points you have earned on your credit/debit cards or through Gyftr vouchers.
OUR WORK SO FAR
The people behind The Feline Foundation first started rescuing cats over seven years ago, before we were officially established. Today, we help nearly 30 cats a month.
TREAT ON STREET
The work we do at The Feline Foundation to help vulnerable stray cats has five main components:
Population monitoring and control
Sterilizing healthy stray cats area by area to prevent population growth
Teaching community members to feed, treat and sterilize stray cats in their area
Rehabilitation and placement
Providing medical care to sick and injured stray cats, seeking homes for disadvantaged cats
Education and awareness
Improving the public perception of stray cats through educational campaigns
Working with animal welfare organizations, veterinarians and others to have a wider impact
Stray cats face a high incidence of communicable diseases, malnutrition, and injuries from being hit by vehicles or attacked by dogs and other cats.
We work towards ensuring that every cat has a fair chance at living to their full potential
We treat severe cases in the Versova area that require immediate immediate medical attention
Our focus is on helping the cat recover to the best state of health possible and preparing the cat to be released back into its home territory.