Philadelphia Community Cats Council (PCCC) is a network of organizations and individuals dedicated to resolving the overpopulation of cats. PCCC organized the first spay/neuter clinics, established a trapper network, offered community outreach and education, and met regularly with the directors of animal control, local humane organizations, state veterinary association and other state officials to advocate for stray and feral cat management including support of Trap-Neuter-Return-Management. We have grown to be the largest Philadelphia area organization and one of the largest organizations in the country practicing TNRM.
PCCC continues to be an “all-volunteer” organization with a city-wide network of compassionate, dedicated, cat lovers from all walks of life. We continue to offer support, advice, training, education and advocacy to those seeking help for stray and feral cats. All monies donated and raised goes directly to costs for the cats. There are no administrative expenses or salaries of any kind.