Community Cats

Community Cats

On December 1, 2015, the Community Cats ordinance went into effect in the unincorporated portions of Clark County located within the Las Vegas Valley. This program is designed to reduce the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy domestic cats.

Clark County Code 10.06 regarding Community Cats is applicable only to the unincorporated urban towns and areas of Clark County consisting of Enterprise, Lone Mountain, Lower Kyle Canyon, Paradise, Spring Valley, Summerlin South, Sunrise Manor, Whitney, and Winchester as well as any unincorporated area that is surrounded by the boundaries of the cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson. Additionally, community cat colonies are prohibited within one half mile of or in any conservation area, state or national forest, wetlands, or any other lands managed for wildlife. Click this link for a map showing the areas in the unincorporated portions of the Las Vegas Valley where community cats are permitted.

If you see Feral cats in your neighborhood, there are a few options that you can choose from.

Option 1 You can contact The Community Cat program, 702-384-3333 Ext 964 or email they are working with the Animal Foundation to assist with feral cats.  They can advise of effective deterrents and information to discourage cats from coming onto your property as well as trapping cats in your area to have them vaccinated and sterilized.     

Option 2 You can contact the Las Vegas Valley Humane Society @ (702) 434-2009 for additional assistance with feral cats in your community.   

Option 3 You can contact Heaven Can Wait at 702-655-4800 for their spay and neuter services Monday to Thursday, or 702-227-5555 for all other inquires.  

Option 4 You can contact C5 702-582-5867 they are another Trap Neuter Release organization that may assist with feral cat colonies in Clark County.   

Option 5 If the cat is friendly, and you do not require a trap, it can be taken to the Animal Foundation at 655 N. Mojave Rd Las Vegas, NV  89101.  We recommend calling them at (702) 955-5932 to make an appointment to drop the animal off.   

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