Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals

Welcome to the online home of Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals.

Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals needs a cat transport van!


After 5 years of Trap Neuter and Return, and 4282 cats fixed and vaccinated, NCFF received a grant of $10k from Animal Assistance Foundation to buy a kitty transport van to get cats from their colonies to the clinic. We still need another $5k to cover the additional costs for the van . If you love cats and what we do, please go to and make a donation to our project. It is very important to have safe, reliable transportation when moving cats and our valuable volunteers long distances at night. Donations are tax-deductible and much appreciated.

We are an all-volunteer organization dedicated to bettering the lives of feral cats in Northern Colorado.

Each month we trap, spay or neuter, and return feral cats to their colonies. This approach, called “TNR” (for trap/neuter/return), is the most efficient and humane way of decreasing feral cat  numbers and stopping the euthanasia of these cats at shelters.

Check out these recent articles spreading the word about the great work being done in Larimer and Weld Weld County:

“The Fine Friends of Feral Cats” – Style Medical & Wellness. Go to page 52 of the issue in this link.

“Cat trappers try to keep Weld’s feral colonies under control” – Greeley Tribune

“Veternarians, technicians, volunteers spay or neuter 70 feral cats over weekend” – Windsor Now