Community Support

Need cat help?

Homeward Bound is committed to making decisions and providing appropriate support in each cat’s best interest and welfare, depending on their unique needs and situation.

Owned or abandoned Cats

Your pet is depending on you to do your best for them.

It is our first priority to provide counseling, information, and access to services to keep cats in their homes and with the people who love them, however, we also understand that sometimes situations arise and giving up your pet may be in his or her best interest.

Regarding admissions, we are not an open admission facility and must consider many factors before intaking any cats or kittens, including space and medical care. We are currently accepting owned or found cats by appointment only, including an admission fee in order to help us provide the necessary care for each cat. 

We also encourage you to directly rehome your kitty by yourself so that she goes from one home to another, skipping the adoption center entirely (which is best for her health and overall wellbeing). That means she will stay with you until a home is found. We can assist with writing a bio for her, networking to local groups, guidance for talking to potential adopters, hosting meet and greets, and more. We’ll feature her on social media, and direct all inquiries to you. You know your cat best so who better to help find a new family for her—not to mention, if you choose, you can stay in touch with the new family!

If you need help with an owned or found cat, please email us at We’ll look at the best options available for your cat based on your individual needs.

Resources and community support

Pet Food and Basic Supplies

If you are in need of pet food or other basic pet supplies, visit Nevada SPCA’s Pet Pantry here, or The Animal Foundation’s Pet Pantry here.

Kendall’s Kupboard Pet Food and Supplies through Hearts Alive Village is also available, and the application for their program is here.

If you are homeless and need help with your pet (food, medical, spay/neuter, emergency housing and more), contact Street Dogz or Street Catz for help.

Spay/Neuter and Vaccine Clinics and Affordable Medical Care

If you are looking for affordable spay/neuter, vaccines, and microchips, as well as community cat care or TNR services, we recommend reaching out to one of the below organizations:

 – Hearts Alive Village Clinic* 

*Also offers affordable dental care, blood work, and other basic services. 

The following organizations also offer assistance for community cats and TNR:

 – The Spay/Neuter Center of Southern Nevada

 – Heaven Can Wait Animal Society

 – Las Vegas Valley Humane Society

Kitten Care

From preparing for fosters to bottle feeding and routine care, The Kitten Lady will guide you through it with easy training tips, videos, and more:

– Determining the age of a kitten:

– How to tell if a kitten is male or female:

– Socializing feral or scared kittens (best done if kittens are under 12 weeks of age):

Community or Feral Cats

Click here for Clark County Community Cat Ordinance and more resources.

– Community Cat Coalition of Clark County (C5) (TNR):

– Las Vegas Valley Humane Society

– Community Cat Angels

– The Animal Foundation Community Cat Program 

– Vegas Cat Rescue

– Heaven Can Wait Animal Society

Found Stray, Abandoned, or Lost Cats

– If you find a stray, abandoned, or lost cat, please contact The Animal Foundation for county resources:

Lost, found, and community cats


The Homeward Bound Adoption Center free-roaming suites are designed to minimize stress, serve the individual needs of each cat, allow adopters to spend quality time with cats, and set up both cats and adopters for success.