Welcome To Feline Lifeline

What We Do

Feline Lifeline’s mission is “to give homeless cats a chance,” not after they are taken to a public animal shelter, but while they are still living on the streets, eating out of trash cans and surviving long enough only to produce a litter or two of kittens doomed to the same fate as their parents. 

Feline Lifeline helps cats living outdoors in “colonies.” Most colony cats are too fearful of humans to become pets, so they are trapped and taken to a veterinarian for vaccinations, spay or neuter and treatment for fleas and worms. Other health problems are also given veterinary care. The cats that cannot be tamed are then returned to the places where they had been living, but their living areas are improved with shelters (where possible) and the cats are fed daily. 

Ralph Carbone – President

We are proud to be a Petco Foundation partner. We have received approximately $9,630 in grants from the Petco Foundation since 2014. Many of our adoptable cats can be seen in Petco stores in Greenville and Simpsonville, South Carolina.

Feline Lifeline is grateful to partner with:

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