Street Cats of Vis : Helping People Help CatsSterilizing female cats as well as males is important: a single male cat can father many litters, and each female can produce three litters per year, with several kittens per litter. Not only are these kittens unwanted, but they live miserable lives on the street if they survive dumping, poisoning, drowning, shooting, or worse. And then they reproduce, perpetuating the cycle.

Street Cats of Vis wants to help stop this cycle and stabilize the cat population on the island. We can get cats sterilized, but we depend on donations to do so. Our fundraising page is currently closed while we figure out another solution: if you’re able to contribute to the cause, please contact us 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

We appreciate your support.

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Street Cats of Vis : Helping People Help Cats