Alley Cat Allies produces literature and videos that clearly explain how to carry out safe, effective TNR programs. This material is available to individuals and organizations alike-anyone who wants to help the cats and stop the killing.
The Feral Friends Network is a database connecting individuals who want to help feral cats with veterinarians who treat them and experienced caregivers willing to share their knowledge and experience.
Get a list of Feral Friends in your area:
How do I report a lost or found animal? Contact the City of Madison Animal Control at (256) 772-5694 or contact an Animal Control Officer at:
100 Hughes Rd.
Madison, AL 35758
After regular business hours, call (256) 722-7190. Madison Police Officers will respond if the animal poses a threat to people and/or creates a traffic hazard for motorists.
Our found animals are also listed on the Madison Animal Rescue Foundation.
Feeding Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition
Lisa A. Pierson, DVM
Interactive Lost and Found Map
Map stray pet pickups in Huntsville within the past 72 hours
To Report a Complaint
To report suspected animal abuse, a loose or stray animal, dead animal or any other animal-related concern or complaint, please call (256) 883-3788 or fill out the Animal Report Form.
This Page is for LOST AND FOUND PETS ONLY!!! This page is NOT for animal sales or giveaway. If you have LOST or FOUND someone’s pet – feel free to post. All other posts will be deleted.
Please SHARE this page with your friends and family – the more members, the more likely these pets will get reunited with their family as quickly as possible.
Thank you for helping reunite pets with their families!
3210 South Hi-Lo Circle, Huntsville, AL 35811
Hours: 7:30 am-3:30 pm, Monday-Friday
(256) 532-1519 or (256)532-1651
Fax: (256) 532-1571
Feral cats are too-often forgotten. Our goal is to make life better for community cats locally and throughout the United States.