The Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area is thrilled to announce the opening of The Goodwin Center for Community Cats! This is a unique and collaborative effort between HSNBA and the New Braunfels Community Cat Coalition and made possible by the Comal County Veterinary Medical Association and the City of New Braunfels! It is our goal to reduce the euthanasia of feral cats in our community by providing a more humane and effective method to control the feral cat community in our area.
If you have unsterilized feral cats you are caring for, we do feral cat clinics each week. We are able to offer this service due to generous donations from the public, and you can donate to the NBCCC here. All feral cats must arrive in a trap (traps can be rented at the Humane Society for a cash or check deposit of $50, which will be returned to you when the trap is returned). We accept feral cats for clinic on MONDAYS from 10am to 7pm. Check in at the front desk of the Humane Society. For the safety of our staff ad volunteers, we will not accept cats in anything but traps. One cat per trap please. Clinic days vary as we are depending on the availability of local veterinarians who volunteer their time to do the surgeries but the shelter will contact you when the cats are ready to be picked up.
HSNBA and NBCCC offer adoptions of feral cats who cannot be returned to their former location because it is unsafe. Therefore, our solution has been to adopt them out as “working cats”. These cats are perfect for hunting mice, spiders, snakes, and rats in locations such as:
You can give these feral cats a second chance at life.