Reduce Cat Overpopulation

 

About Cat Utopia

Cat Utopia is a Non Profit Organization dedicated to reducing the numbers of unwanted felines in Eastern Oregon
through Spay/Neuter, Adoption, and Education.  Our organization focuses on stray and abandoned animals that are in the greatest need.  The animals are altered, socialized, medically treated for injuries or illness, and adopted or re-released if feral.  This organization is in the process of building the first Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic in Eastern Oregon, which will greatly impact the region's number of stray and reproducing cats. Our goal is for all cats to have safe loving homes where they are fed and cared for.

What's New

September 01, 2019

Appellation Engineering is Completing The Spay Clinic Structure Design

Now starts the long road to raising funding, locating skilled contractors willing to donate some time, and asking the community to donate time or help purchase materials.  If you wish to contribute or assist us in the venture, please contact us.

September 11, 2019

Kitten Season Finally Starts to Wind Down!

Every year there are many more kittens born than there are homes for.  It is important that kittens get adopted to homes where owners plan to spay or neuter.  If anyone in the public is aware of stray litters or pregnant mothers, please contact Cat Utopia immediately.  If you have a mother and kittens, we are happy to assist with spaying the mother and helping to find homes for the litter.

September 23, 2019

Adoption Event this Weekend!

We will be bringing several kittens and cats to the Clackamas Petco this weekend.  Please see Craigslist for individual photos and information.  If you are looking for something specific, please feel free to email us at catutopiaor@gmail.com.

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For Information on

Feral Cats &

Trap Neuter Return Program

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CONTACT US

PO Box 1088, Pendleton, OR 97801

541-278-1253

catutopiaor@gmail.com

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Statistics for 2017

Intakes:                       846

Adoptions:                 756 (350 were for other rescues)

Transfers:                   152

Died in Care:                13

Return To Owner:       27

Spay/Neuter:           1347

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