TAILS is an all-volunteer, non-profit charitable organization based in Westport, Connecticut. We support spay/neuter of cats and dogs locally and beyond, concentrating in our home area of Fairfield County.
We rely upon donations – both financial and of goods and services – from individuals and businesses to support our spay/neuter initiatives, and can credit the generosity of our community members for the success of our programs.
Click below to get the process started! Fill out the online adoption application and begin the journey to find a wonderful, furry companion and save a life!
From bottle feeding orphan kittens to cuddling senior cats or providing much-needed socialization for crazy kittens, fosters are the backbone of our adoption program. Sign up and start a furry adventure!
Low-cost spay/neuter options are available through TAILS, as well as financial support to sterilize an owned pet, stray, or community cat. If you qualify for assistance, please apply below. You may also email us.
Spay It Forward!
December 1, 2020
Help us make more miracles!
Working through the pandemic while others closed, TAILS more than tripled intake, continued spay/neuter, adopted pets, and saved lives!
Giving Tuesday kicks off our quest to make more miracles, save more lives, end more animal suffering.Your generosity funds spay/neuter, helps community cats through TNR programs, provides much-needed medical care, and enables us to continue saving cats and kittens from perilous situations and finding them forever homes.
Please donate, and spay it forward!
Featured Adoptable Kitty
I originally arrived on the block with my 3 kiddos! Now that the kids have been adopted and I've gotten spayed, I am no longer stressed. I would love to be in a home where I can spread my love around to humans only, because I don't care for dogs or other cats!
If you are interested in bringing me home, please fill out an application.
Our robust TNR program provides sterilization and vaccination of community cats with the help of volunteers, caretakers, and participating veterinarians. Contact us for guidance or assistance.
Feral Cat Clinics
Set to resume soon with social distancing in place, volunteer veterinarians and techs provide spay/neuter and vaccination of community cats at TAILS feral cat clinics. Funded by donations, clinics make a huge impact on local cat colonies and population control.
Barncats & Mousers
Not suitable as pets, our sterilized and vaccinated
working cats are saved from perilous situations and ready for a safe place to live and catch your rodents! Help save a cat with nowhere else to go!