Friends of Companion Animals:

For the Love  of Cats

Feline Rescue & Cat / Kitten Adoption Center


Friends of Companion Animals is an all-volunteer organization, so all money we raise goes toward our mission to promote spay and neuter of all companion animals. FOCA doesn’t receive money from any state, county or city agency. All of our income is from fund raising and donations from private individuals and companies in the community.

You’ll find there are also a number of programs we offer to felines and their adoptive humans. For example, there is the barn cats program which provides help with rodent control. Another program we offer is our cats for seniors program, which is designed for the elderly who might want cat companionship without the long-term commitment of a full-time kitten. You can learn more about all our programs and our shelter by checking out our program link or by contacting us directly.

 

 

Find the Purrrr-fect Best Friend

Check out our list of adoptable cats and kittens from Petfinder today!

FOCA’s Cat Programs

 Spay and Neuter

The Paws Clinic, a high-quality, affordable spay and neuter service, has done over 40K procedures & offer discounted vet services for cats and kittens in the downriver Detroit area.

Trap & Release

To help control the cat population in Monroe County FOCA offers trap, spay/neuter, and release programs. It’s a great way to keep neighborhood cats from overpopulation.

Barn Cats

Discourage rodents and provide a companion for horses and other farm animals. Each cat is spayed/neutered and vaccinated so they are ready to ‘work’ and be a friend to your family.

Cats for Seniors

We often have senior cats in need of quiet loving households. At other times, we’ve got felines of all ages that need a foster home. For senior humans seeking companionship it’s win/win.