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Animal Compassion Success Stories

Meet Lil' Bit

Lil BitLil' Bit was living north of Tampa, as an outside cat, being fed and cared for by a lady named Brandi. One day Brandi noticed there was something wrong with Lil' Bit. During a visit to the vet, it was discovered that Lil' Bit had been shot with a BB gun and was FIV positive. Being unable to keep Lil’ Bit, Brandi began the search to find a new home for the cat. She first contacted all of the local rescue organizations. All were full. Brandi then contacted Animal Compassion Project and drove more than three hours to bring Lil’ Bit to our Naples sanctuary. Lil' Bit has been living in our FIV house for almost two years, enjoying the company of other cats in her living area, all of whom have been diagnosed with FIV.

About Us

Welcome to Animal Compassion Project, Inc., based in Naples, Fl. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that provides the following services:

  • rescue feral cats and abandoned companion animals
  • advocate control of feral cat colonies through education and trap / neuter / return (TNR) programs
  • promote spaying and neutering of all feral cats and companion animals
  • serve as a feral cat and companion animal adoption resource
  • reduce animal suffering
  • provide health care for rescued animals
  • promote compassion toward feral cats and all other creatures
  • advocate for alternatives to euthanasia
If you are interested in adopting a cat or taking a tour of our sanctuary, please give us a call to schedule a visit. Please keep in mind that we are an all volunteer run organization, and that is why we ask that you contact us prior to visiting.

Watch Michele Antonia speak about Feral Cat Activism on Connect! WGCU Public Media.