Finding cats that need help and getting them off the street is just the first step. If they’re sick or need an operation requiring recovery time, they’ll need a place to stay. Strengthening our network of people who can help foster cats for any length of time is one of our primary goals. 

Fostering can be hard work: there may be inconvenient medication and feeding schedules to adhere to, and there will surely be messes to be cleaned up, some more repulsive than others. But knowing that you’re helping save lives is so rewarding!

Fostering also helps prepare cats and kittens for adoption. If you’re able to foster, even by providing a safe space outside with shelter, food and water, please contact us via our facebook group or by email. 

Seeking loving homes

Life’s hard for the street cats of Vis. There’s currently no vet on the island and no infrastructure to care for community cats. Street Cats of Vis is an all-volunteer effort to organize resources in order to help people help cats. The street cats we feature for adoption have been in our care, are socialized, sterilized (if they’re old enough) and are seeking loving homes. Wherever you live, we can help you through the process of adopting one or more of these lovable cats or kittens. Ready to start? Contact us at

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Street Cats of Vis : Helping People Help Cats