We are both:

Spay/Neuter Facility and a
No-Kill Cat Adoption Facility

Learn about our programs so we can enable you to help cats in need!

Help Our Cause!

Your support and contributions will enable us to help felines. Your generous donation will fund our missions. Friends of Pets of Klamath Basin is a Charitable Organization 501(c)3. All donations are Federally Tax deductible through our Fed ID: 93-1310653.

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About Us

Adopt from us! We love our cats and provide the best care possible!

Our felines are free-roaming! No cages except for health care!

Our felines are free-roaming and never live in cages! To us, it is the only humane way all shelters should operate. We are a private shelter and very  limited on capacity.

Our History

Our $50,000 surgery suite.

Friends of Pets is a private Spay/Neuter Facility and no-kill Feline Facility. This means we do not euthanize except to end suffering brought on by non-treatable illness, or serious behavioral issues. Because of our no-kill position and the length of time needed to enable cats to become healthy and adjusted for adoption, we are limited on how many felines we can care for.

We maintain a free-roaming environment for our felines! The only way to go.

This photo shows our Surgery Suite in our shelter that was added nearly 6 years ago. Since 2001, Friends of Pets has always funded spay/neuter programs for felines--for strays and owners! We spay/neuter approximately 1,200 felines each year through our in-house Spay Day and our program with Klamath Animal Clinic. Once monthly we have a Free Spay Day for semi-tames and ferals. To be free, the ears must be notched. For individuals not wanting notched ears, the fee to spay or neuter a feline is only $15.00.

Felines are our mission!


We are committed to improving the lives of ALL felines in the Klamath Basin. Our greatest interest is spay/neuter because it is the best answer to solving the overpopulation of cats in our area. We work to keep cats out of shelters because most do poorly in shelters. Hundreds are euthanized at other shelters monthly.