2017 Annual Report

Our Mission

Educating our community on responsible pet ownership while providing safe haven for cats and kittens in transition to new lives in permanent homes.

2017 Annual Report

“For Every Cat in Need, a Solution”

Founded in 2003, FieldHaven Feline Center is a novel, progressive, non-profit animal welfare organization. Harnessing the power of dedicated staff, an army of volunteers, and a professional Board of Directors, we support the health and safety of the animals in our community and the people who care for them. Our programs, such as 2nd Chance Ranch, Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP), the leading-edge Community/Cat Assistance Team (CAT), vaccine and microchip clinics, and Pet Food Pantry, truly make a difference. We proudly offer cats and kittens for adoption and operate our thrift store, FieldHaven Marketplace.

2nd Chance Ranch Opens

Camp Joe Willie

Camp Joe Willie is where cats with no place else to live hang out while waiting for jobs as Rodent Rangers.

Buck’s Barn

Buck’s Barn is a Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) hotel for community cats who check-in for spay/neuter surgery.



Total: $736,190

Revenue Source Percentages

  • Adoptions
  • Donations & Fundraisers
  • Grants
  • Marketplace


Total: $702,661

Expense Source Percentages

  • Fundraising
  • Management
  • Program

70% of donor dollars are spent on programs directly helping the animals.


We performed a total of 908 adoptions in 2017.

  • SNAP
  • Intakes – Adult Cats
  • Intakes - Kittens (>4 weeks)
  • Intakes - Neonates (<4 weeks)

Volunteer Hours

In 2017, 236 volunteers dedicated service exceeding 42,281 hours in the following areas:

Community Programs for Dogs & Cats

Community/Cat Assistance Team

13,048 calls and emails

Pet Food Pantry

547 animals served

Vaccine/Microchip Clinics

225 animals seen