HSNEI's goal is to help as many homeless, adoptable cats as possible while ensuring the health of the cats already in our care. So, if you find a stray cat in our area please fill out the form below. Unfortunately the Center and all of our foster homes are frequently full, but we will let you know when or how we may be able to help.
ALL cats must test negative for feline leukemia before entering the Center. If HSNEI can take in the cat we will pay for and arrange the feline leukemia test if you can transport the cat to the veterinarian and then the Center. Feline Leukemia is a disease that has no cure and could infect our other cats, which is why we cannot accept them to the Center.
To enter the Center cats must also be free of obvious disease and be calm enough to be handled by staff and volunteers. All stray cats with no identification will by microchipped upon intake. Note, if the cat has the left ear tip missing it is a cat that has been spayed or neutered as part of our feral cat program so cannot be taken into the Center.
Please note: At this time, we are at capacity on cats and there is a waitlist. Fill out the surrender form if you would like to be placed on the waitlist for cats.