Capic is a group of volunteers who specialize in TNR (Trap Neuter Return). We are a 501C3 Accredited Charity. We gladly accept monetary donations as well as cat food, towels, and bedding. New volunteers are always welcome.
We go into neighborhoods to help local residents with the
feral/free roaming cat problem, often times helping solve the unwanted cat/kitten problem by trap/neuter/spay/return and adoptions. All monies donated are used for medical and food expenses We have no paid employees.We are 100% volunteers. We also feed 100's of cats each day.
& Pet Information Center
6 Bell Avenue
Raritan, NJ 08869
908 526-5045 TNR's
Goals of CAPIC
Our goals are to spay/neuter/return homeless/feral/free roaming cats to their natural surroundings while trying to lower the births of new kittens to the area. We are a group of responsible individuals trying to
help lower the cat overpopulation by trap/neuter/return in an humane manner.
Every Saturday and Sunday at Amwell Pet Supply
434 Route 206 South
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
We will have kittens and cats available from 11 to 3 every Saturday and Sunday. Please call 908 359-5117 if you have any questions regarding adoptions.
We also have one or two cats available during the week at Amwell Pet Supply.
CAPIC-Cat Adoption & Pet Information Center
Thank you to all our donors/foster/volunteers.
Joan Beard-Vice President
Hope Valenti-Corresponding Sec.
Kay Petersen-Recording Sec.
CAPIC realizes the importance of educating the public about the truth about TNR (Trap,Neuter, Return) and recommends www.alleycat.org for further reading on the subject.
NJ State Law considers cats a domestic animal species and are therefore protected under the State's animal cruelty and animal control statutes.
GARAGE SALE will be held on Fri. May 3 and Sat. May 4, 2013. We need donations. Please bring to 6 Bell Avenue in Raritan and put in back of house by garage. Thanks to all who volunteer and dontate ....WISH LIST DONATIONS-Towels, new cat toys and beds, canned kitten food, dry kitten food, adult cat food canned and dry, cages, crates, and any cat item you would like to donate.We also welcome new volunteers to join our group of dedicated foster parents. Training and support are provided. If you have any dontations please call the above numbers and we can make arrangements to pick up or for drop off. We have volunteers located in Bridgewater, Raritan, Branchburg, Hillsborough, N. Plainfield, Metuchen and more. Please help if you can. MONEY DONATIONS are gladly accepted and tax receipts are provided. We are 100% volunteer with no overhead or salaries. All monies are used for cat care and medical expenses.. We save cats and kittens. Help us if you can..Any donations can also be brought to Amwell Pet Supply in Hillsborough. Thanks
CAPIC would also like to thank Belle Mead Animal Hospital for allowing us to use their premises for adoption days for our kittens. We appreciate the kindness of Dr. Joseph Martins and his staff and their great treatment of our cats for their vet care. Thanks to Dr. Martins, Dr. Somjen, Dr. Simons, Dr. Stephens, Dr. White, and Joni Jones and the Belle Mead staff who without their help none of this would even be possible. And Chrissi for being so kind to help adopt kittens from the adoption cage and taking our kittens home each night and caring for them and finding them good homes from their adoption cage in the lobby.
We are now on facebook as Capic Cats.
Visit us and become our friend.......
Rusty and Halo
CAPIC SUPPORTERS-Amwell Pet Supply, The Dessert Plate,The Hungry Hound in Somerville, Pet Valu in Clinton, Garden State Growers in Pittstown, Harnesslife.org, and all the wonderful people who donate to CAPIC.
CAPIC accepts a $5000 donation presented by Beth Lawlor on behalf of a generous foundation.
Popsickle (right) had his eye surgery and had his eye removed and is doing well.
Congratulations to Dr. Martins and BMAH for being voted #1 in the Patch.com voting for best veterinarian in Hillsborough area.
908 393-2007 Adoptions
Smoke (right ) was ill from the first day we rescued her and now had liver shunt surgery at NorthStar Vets in Robbinsville, NJ. This is very rare surgery and the cost will be over $3000 just for the surgery and testing alone. She is resting after surgery.Smoke will need additional tests and care and is on meds 3x a day and special food diet.update 2 weeks after surgery she is ok.
Norway is a maine coon mix who was left outside in a carrier when her owner moved. She is looking for a new home.
Capic mourns the loss of Margo the blind feral cat that was taken in and we were in the process of finding a foster and forever home. She developed a blood clot due to a stroke and passed away before we could put her in her forever home. We are all very sad and appreciate all the facebook friends who care about her and donated to her vet care.