​About Us

We are a non-profit cat rescue organization located in Mount Pleasant , SC. Founded in August 2015.  Our program TAVR (Trap, Alter, Vaccinate, Return/re-home) is set up for the feral and stray cats in our community enabling them to be Charleston County protected Free Roaming Cats.


In addition to our TAVR program, we provide daily feedings to our various cat colonies and outdoor shelters to keep the cats out of the elements in the Mt. Pleasant area. Managing these cat colonies gives our community cats healthier and longer lives. Currently FCH cares for 50+ colony cats on a daily basis.  Additionally we provide cat food to many low income senior cat owners regularly. We've trapped, altered, vaccinated and returned over 300 cats to date.


Our ultimate goal is to open a CAT SANCTUARY so that the community feral and abandoned cats could have a safe place to live and be cared for.  In order to make this possible FCH would need a donation of land/use of land in the East Cooper area.


If you know of, or see a feral or stray cat east of the Cooper that does not have a tipped left ear, please email us at or call (843) 597-9639. In order for us to continue our cat rescue mission we ask for a minimal donation for TAVR requests.

FCH is dedicated to the care and well being of the stray and feral cats in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Click on the tabs above to find out how you can help:  Volunteer, Adopt, Donate & News 


Follow us on:  Facebook, Twitter & Instagram  (Links at the bottom of this page.)


Thank you for your support.


 Paula G 


"Saving one cat may not make a difference in the world,

but it will make a world of difference to that one cat."


You may contact us via email: or by reply on our

Face Book page.  Thank you.

FCH Manages Cat Colonies

FCH uses a program called TAVR (Trap, Alter, Vaccinate, Return.)  By managing cats instead of simply feeding them, we improve their life quality and make them easier to care for and live with. They're no longer spraying, yowling and kittening. This alone justifies the TAVR work required to establish a managed cat colony. Currently FCH provides care for approximately 50 free roaming cats in our area on a daily basis.  Additionally we provide cat food to many low income senior cat owners regularly.  We've trapped, altered, vaccinated and returned over 300 cats to date.

FCH Outdoor Shelters


Lilly and her colony mates have shelter to stay warm and dry.​

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Adoptable Cats & Kittens
Please contact us at to set up an appointment to meet our kittens and adult cats that are available to adopt.

Giving Tuesday

#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity. And perhaps for this particular 2020 Giving Tuesday it means a great deal more for some of us.

COVID 19 is having a huge impact on Feral Cat Helpers as we are struggling in this not-so-typical kitten season.

All of the spay/neuter clinics have been closed during the pandemic. They have no plans of re-opening this month or possibly even longer. As a result the amount of pregnant homeless cats giving birth has been staggering.

We are taking in the pregnant cats in order to provide them with a safe environment and giving them the nourishment they need whilst pregnant and nursing. Once the kittens are ready, we find suitable homes/adoptors.


Feral Cat Helpers is a non-profit organization and we solely rely on your donations in order to help community cats. So for this #GivingTuesdayNow we have set a goal to raise $5,000 to help pay for the expense of vaccines, cat food, litter, vet visits and all of the many other things needed for the unusually busy kitten season due to Coronavirus outbreak.

If you would like to unite and be a part of a global giving for our cause, you can donate by clicking on DONATE tab above.  Thank you.

**UPDATE:  Our fundraiser is extended to July 3rd, we are desperately trying to reach the goal. The numbers of female pregnant/nursing & In-heat cats both feral & abandoned is getting out of control, with CAS not taking any in for spay surgeries & multiple homeless kittens destined for a miserable life if they even survive. We are here to help as many of them as we can but we need your help. Please give what you can to help them. Donate here or PayPal or via check to FCH PO Box 24, IOP 29451.

Thanks again.

‘Saving one cat may not make a difference in the world,
But it will make a world of difference to that one cat.’

Boy time sure flies May 17, 2019 marked our 1 year anniversary of being an adoption partner with PetSmart Charities.  To date we have adopted out over 200 kittens and adult cats.  Including some who were owner surrenders and are now re-homed with new loving families.  


We thank PetSmart Charities for accepting Feral Cat Helpers as an adoption partner which enables us to have rescue cats go from 'hopeless to a home.'  We work hard to help each and every adoptable cat/kitten we rescue.  All of our rescues put into our program have been fostered, socialized, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped and have a clean bill of health.  Finding responsible adopters is just as important to PetSmart as it is us. Since becoming an adoption partner in May 2018 we've adopted out more than 200 cats and kittens to date.

Of the 200 cats/kittens we've adopted over 30 of them had been 'turn aways' by the Animal Society and deemed not adoptable.  Something their new owners will dispute whole heartedly.

Without donations/support ...

our adoption program will not continue.

Feral Cat Helpers Aims To Open Clinic

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