Welcome to Animal Compassion Project, Inc., based in Naples, Fla. Our mission is to promote alternatives to euthanasia and to Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) feral and free-roaming cats; to assist individuals in need with spay/neuter and food for their cats and dogs; to advocate for the rights of all animals; to serve as an animal rescue resource; and to provide sanctuary for feral, free roaming, and special needs cats.
Some of the services we provide:
We maintain up to 10 cat colonies. Some of these colonies have been maintained for more than 15 years and have just a few cats remaining, a statistic that underscores the effectiveness of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs. We assist other cat colony caretakers with TNR, provide food for cat colony caretakers, and help with veterinary medical care.
We maintain a sanctuary for feral cats who are unable to be returned to colonies due to extenuating circumstances and for special needs cats. Our special needs cats come from cat colonies, from other animal welfare groups, from veterinarians, and from the general public. As space and resources allow, we accept FIV and leukemia positive cats, and feral cats with permanent injuries, such as the loss of an eye or lameness that would hinder their survival as free roamers. We are committed to the lifetime care of these animals, and they live out their lives keeping each other company in safe, comfortable, cage-free housing.