Websites such as NeighborhoodCats.org and HumaneSociety.org offer written plans and blueprints for outdoor cat shelters. These websites also provide valuable information such as photos of cat shelters, alternatives to cat shelters and tips for ensuring the safety and well-being of feral cats.
Neighborhood Cats works on both national and local levels to humanely trap, neuter and return feral cats. Based in New York City, Neighborhood Cats also produces educational materials to advocate the trap-neuter-return philosophy, which it believes is the solution to reducing the number of unwanted cats across the United States.
As the largest animal protection organization in the country, the Humane Society of the United States takes care of more than 100,000 animals annually. The Humane Society also offers education and training to local affiliates in an effort to improve the standard of animal care nationwide.