to Naples Cat Alliance

We are a group of dedicated volunteers carrying out TNR, cat rescue and adoptions.

M-F: 6pm to 8pm
Sat-Sun: noon to 4pm


Coming Jan 6th the first annual Naples Cat Alliance Cat Daddies calendar featuring some of our beautiful shelter cats...

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Kitten Shower

Gift of Shelter

Click HERE for pledge sheet.

Monthly Giving

The Naples Cat Alliance is contacted on a daily basis to help solve cat emergencies in the community, such as taking in a momma cat and kittens found in a backyard, caring for a lost or injured cat (Murray), caring for a pregnant cat, rehoming unwanted adult cats, T.N.R. and many other issues, including finding homes for the cats and kittens in our care. Although we are very happy to help the cats and the community, we in turn need the community to help us. Setting up a recurring donation for as little as $5 a month, enables us to spend less time fundraising and more time saving lives. Becoming an NCA monthly supporter is an easy, efficient and tax-deductible way to make a difference.

Please join us:

About us

Naples Cat Alliance is a group of dedicated volunteers carrying out TNR, cat rescue and adoptions. We do not receive government funding and rely solely on private donations. Every dollar goes directly to the life-saving operations of the organization.

We are a 501(C)3 Non-Profit charitable organization. Registered Charity #CH27933me

Board Members

Megan Sorbara - President
megan @ naples cat alliance .org

Donna Aydelott

Annika Matos

Pam Reed
pam @ naples cat alliance.org

Lori Piper

Dominick Russo
dom @ naples cat alliance.org

Mission Statement

"Naples Cat Alliance is a volunteer-based non-profit organization dedicated to creating a No-Kill Community through Collier County's official Volunteer Trap-Neuter-Return Program (TNR) designed to protect public health, reduce shelter euthanasia, increase cat adoptions and improve the health and quality of life of Collier cats and residents."

Vision Statement

"To create a Community supported by it's residents, government agencies and laws in which all owned, homeless and feral cats are protected and given the chance at a quality of life through access to affordable medical care, low-cost spay and neuter services, food, shelter and adoption opportunities. "

Program (TNR)

Trap-Neuter-Return, commonly referred to as "TNR," is the only method proven to be humane and effective at controlling feral cat population growth. Using this technique, all the feral cats in a colony are trapped, neutered and then returned to their territory where caretakers provide them with regular food and shelter. Young kittens who can still be socialized, as well as friendly adults, are placed in foster care and eventually adopted out to good homes.

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Pet of the week: Feta!

She is a cute three month old kitten with lots of love to give. You can meet her at our adoption center at 7785 Davis Blvd. Ste. 104, Naples. Meet more of cats at PetSmart, Coconut Point Mall, Estero. Please call (424) 835-1523 for more information. and leave a message.


How to help

Adopt, donate, volunteer.


Last year 340 cats were adopted from our free-roaming location on Davis Blvd, and our Petsmart-partnership location in Estero at Coconut Point. We have lots of great cats at both locations. The cats with great stories get adopted instantly: Recently we rescued a dying kitten, who we found out later, swallowed a whole almond, causing a bowel obstruction. The kitty was later named Almond Joy.

In that same week, the Naples Cat Alliance rescued a kitten thrown from a moving car on 951.

Our shelter is filled with over 100 cats that would love to be adopted into your home. The benefit, at the time of adoption, of the free-roaming shelter is that you can see which cats come to you, which ones sit on your lap.

If you're unable to adopt, LIKE the Naples Cat Alliance page on Facebook and share the postings about cats looking for homes.

Keeping the shelter operating requires help from you. We do not receive any money from the County or State to fund our shelter and rescue.

Our biggest expense is VET BILLS. Whenever we take in a new cat or kitten, we have to take it to the vet for a checkup, and to test the kitty for FIV and feline leukemia. When one of the 100+ kittens in our care is sick, we have to take the kitty to the vet, and the Naples Cat Alliance is responsible for paying the medical bill.

How to help: Our primary vet for checkups, vaccinations, and spay and neuter is Harborside Animal Clinic. We always owe them money. We struggle to keep our balance below $6000. You can help by sending the Cat Alliance a check payable to Harborside Animal Clinic.

The other veterinarian that we use regularly, and where we also have an outstanding balance is Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County (EHP). EPH is where we bring cats who need emergency treatment, such as Almond Joy. We also have an outstanding balance at EPH. By sending the Naples Cat Alliance a check payable to Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County, you're helping us to be able to keep providing critical vet treatment to cats and kittens in need.

Our next biggest expense after medical is RENT. Our free-roaming, no-kill shelter on Davis Blvd houses more than 100 cats, and costs up $3000 per month in rent. We have a Give-Me-Shelter program designed to help pay the rent by having donors commit to sending the cat alliance $100 a month for rent. So far we have 11 donors in the Give-Me-Shelter program.

Those who cannot afford the $100 per month can sign up to contribute $5 per month. Montly Giving Recurring donations enable us to spend less time fundraising and more time saving lives of cats and kittens in Collier County.

Our next largest expense after medical and rent is food and litter. Feeding more than 100 cats at each feeding goes through a lot of Friskies cans, and Friskies dry food. For example:
Purina Cat Chow at Walmart

The cat litter we use is a compressed-pine product, sold by Tractor Supply as horse bedding. We use it because it does not create a fine dust like clay litters, and the pine works great on odor control. Link to the cat litter we use. We use three bags of pelletized pine for cat litter each day.
We are all volunteers at the Naples Cat Alliance. Even our president, Megan Sorbara, who works 12+ hours every day helping cats and keeping the shelter and rescue operating, is a volunteer and receives no salary. Every morning, it takes a team of volunteers to clean the shelter. We are looking for people who can commit to a specific day of the week and volunteer from 9am to 1pm to help clean. Volunteer applications are here.

Upcoming Events

Hats for Cats!

April 17 at the Port Royal Club.
Noon to 3pm luncheon.
Last year, this event sold out.
Click the image to register.


Financial Resources for Cat Care and Spay/Neuter

Listed below are several national and local organizations that are here to help for those in need.

National Organizations
AAHA Helping Pets Fund www.aahahelpingpets.org This fund helps those in need access quality veterinary care for sick or injured pets.

Angels4Animals www.angels4animals.org Friends or veterinarians use the "contact us" page to refer an animal family in need of financial assistance.

Brown Dog Foundation www.browndogfoundation.org

CareCredit www.carecredit.com Offers a revolving line of credit for veterinary expenses.

Cats in Crisis www.catsincrisis.org Helps individuals and humane organizations care for cats with chronic or emergency medical conditions through financial and fundraising assistance. Grants temporarily suspended, but check often for re-up date.

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program www.fveap.org/sys-tmpl/door/ This program provides financial assistance to cat and kitten guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services to save their companions when life-threatening illness or injury strikes.

Help-A-Pet www.help-a-pet.org Help-A-Pet provides financial assistance nationwide for the medical care of pets whose owners are unable to afford the expense; for individuals with income below $20,000 or a family income below $40,000.

IMOM www.imom.org Financial assistance for life-threatening and emergency veterinary care. IMOM is dedicated to ensuring that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is financially challenged.

The Pet Fund www.thepetfund.com Provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need urgent veterinary care.

United Animal Nations www.uan.org/lifeline/index.html LifeLine grants help Good Samaritans, animal rescuers and low-income families with the high cost of caring for pets by providing grants to meet emergency veterinary expenses they otherwise couldn't afford.

Volunteer Services for Animals www.vsarescue.org Low cost spay/neuter vouchers - 239-261-4768

Collier Spay and Neuter Clinic www.collierspayneuter.org Low cost spay/neuter 239-514-7647

Friends of Gummi www.friendsofgummi.org Low cost spay/neuter vouchers 239-290-2485

Humane Society Naples www.humanesocietynaples.com Low or no-cost spay/neuter for low-income pet guardians 239-643-1555

Lee County Domestic Animal Services www.leelostpets.com For all Lee county residents, Spay/Neuter is free for all feral cats, through a program call S.O.S. (Save our Strays) Call DAS at 239-533-9234 or email at spay@leegov.com to schedule your appointment.


Naples Cat Alliance is a group of dedicated volunteers carrying out TNR, cat rescue and adoptions. We do not receive government funding and rely solely on private donations. Every dollar goes directly to the life-saving operations of the organization.

Click here to download a volunteer application.
Email the completed volunteer application to:
galya @ naples cat alliance .org
Or fax to 888-499-2221. No cover page needed.

Email: info @ naples catalliance .org
Phone: 424-835-1523
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