Alabama Animal Adoption Society: The Alabama Animal Adoption Society (AAA) has been helping strays and unwanted pets find loving homes since 1977. They also offer spay/neuter certificates to help you spay/neuter your pet at a discounted cost.
- AAAS offers feline and canine foster parents assistance finding their animals a furever home.
- AAAS offers spay/neuter certificates so you can sterilize your animal at a low cost.
- AAAS has many pets to choose from for those that are looking to add a companion to their family. Take a look on their website at the animals that are up for adoption and/or stop by on Saturdays from 12-4:30 to meet the animals in person (Note: Since this is a foster facility, not every animal that is up for adoption will be on site each Saturday. If there’s a specific animal you’d like to see, please contact them ahead of time to see if the animal can/will be there).
- AAAS has (limited) humane traps to loan to people to catch an animal.
Momakat Rescue: MomaKat Rescue (MKR) is an all-volunteer 501-c3 non-profit that provides Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) support in the Greater Birmingham, AL area.
- Their mission is to assist the community in actively reducing feline overpopulation, through an aggressive Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Program.
- They provide a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Program that will help you trap feral cats, have them fixed, and returned to their environment, to live long non-reproductive lives.
- They manage feral cat colonies and have programs to teach you how to manage a cat colony.
- Momakat always has several kittens and cats that are available for adoption. Visit their website, call or visit their adoption rooms at Inverness Animal Clinic or Riverview Animal Clinic, or come by an adoption event on Sundays at PetCo (in the Brook Highland shopping center off Hwy 280) for your next feline companion.
Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation: The Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation (FCDF) FCDF is an all-volunteer organization serving the Birmingham, Alabama area with their main mission being to stop pet overpopulation through their their low cost spay/neuter program and free spay / neuter clinics.
Phone #: 205.243.9946
Email: (see form on website)
Facebook page: Friends of Cats and Dogs
- FCDF offers low cost spay/neuter certificates that can be used at a number of vets. See the attached for details. FCDF Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program
- FCDF provide pet food/supplies coupons for people who have pets and live on a fixed income as well as anyone who is helping the pet-overpopulation problem by caring for a spayed or neutered animal.
- FCDF has a “virtual kennel” to showcase some of the cats and dogs that are up for adoption in the Birmingham area. Visit the Adoption Gallery on their website to see these animals.
“The fate of animals is of greater importance to me than the fear of appearing ridiculous; it is indissolubly connected with the fate of men.” ~Emile Zola