Save a Gato FAQs
Is SAG a shelter?
Save a Gato is NOT a shelter and therefore does not accept cats. Our mission is to reduce the homeless population of cats in Old San Juan by providing Trap, Neuter, and Release (TNR) to feral cats.
Where can I adopt a Save a Gato cat or kitten?
Thank you for your interest in adopting one of our wonderful cats. You can adopt one of our available cats at PetCo Rio Piedras and PetSmart Escorial, San Patricio, and Senorial. All of our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and tested for FIV and Feline leukemia.
Is my donation to Save a Gato tax deductible?
Yes, Save a Gato is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization. Please save your receipt to use when you file your taxes.
I need to rehome my cat, can I bring it to Save a Gato?
Save a Gato is not a shelter and therefore does not accept cats. Our mission is to reduce the homeless population of cats in Old San Juan by providing Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR) to feral cats. Please contact the Humane Society of Puerto Rico, Amigos de los Animales Animal Shelter, Centro de Control y Adopción de Animales in San Juan, or Save a Sato. You should try to reach potential adopters using social media. If your cat is spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccines, we may be able to post your cat’s information on social media, with you as the contact person, but cannot keep the cat while you look for a new home for her.
Does SAG do TNR outside of Old San Juan?
Our TNR efforts are limited to Old San Juan. If you are interested in doing TNR in your neighborhood or with a colony you care for, please see our TNR page for more information about how you can provide this important service in your community.