We Need Your Help
For the Love of Cats, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned cats and kittens in the community of Southern Collier County, Florida. We are an animal welfare group operating through the generous donations of the public since 2002.
Our mission is to end the cruelty of pet over-population. Our programs include working with the community to sterilize stray, community and feral cats through TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), assisting the low-income public in need with low cost spay/neuter, wellness and emergency veterinary care along with other support programs to help people to keep their pets.
Our vision is a world where all cats' lives matter.
Engage our community from the For the Love of Cats booth at local events in Naples and Marco Island. distribute materials, offer help and resources, encourage donations, and sell purrfect gifts.
Throughout the year, we sometimes rescue kittens or young cats that need a short time with a foster family to help them know love and kindness that will help them be the very best pet for their new family.
Our local feral communities need food and water distributed on a daily basis. We also need loving eyes to look out for possible injuries or other medical needs that may require our attention.
FILL OUT A VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
Join the For the Love of Cats family! Ready for a rewarding experience helping to save the lives of cats and kittens in need throughout our community? Fill out a Volunteer Application today and join our team!
Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years old to apply.
In the summer of 2005 my wife, Lyne, heard about For the Love of Cats (FLOC) and started volunteering in August. She was having so much fun I joined her.
We always had cats and dogs in our family but, you only get to enjoy puppies and kittens for several months before they age out of that adorable stage. FLOC gave us the “Groundhog Day” opportunity to have batch after batch of kittens to socialize and enjoy.
We were assigned the Thursday night shift cleaning cages, medicating sick felines, and feeding all the fur balls. We also visited the shelter several other days a week because we enjoyed it so much. Free mental health breaks while helping kittens and cats.
A few months after I started volunteering at FLOC the donation boxes they’d placed around the island needed someone else to take over, so I offered to do it. I’d pick up the money once a month, count the donations by location, roll the coins in sleeves, and enter the information in a spreadsheet. I did this for over seven years.