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Our Mission

To stabilize, manage and maintain healthy colonies of feral cats in Baldwin County, Alabama and to educate the public on the benefits of Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) in feral cat management.

About the FCC...The Fairhope Cat Coalition has its beginning with concerned citizens feeding cats and kittens that were abandoned in several public areas in Fairhope.  In the year 2000, several citizens began to formalize the feeding program to ensure the cats were feed on a regular basis.  In conjunction with the Baldwin County Humane Society and local area veterinarians, the group began a program to humanely trap the cats for testing, vaccinations and neutering model on one in other parts of the county.  When the City of Fairhope formally recognized the feral cat colony at a Fairhope city park in October 2000,  the local feral cat feeders formally organized to become the Fairhope Cat Coalition.  


We continue to grow and have expanded to all areas of Baldwin County.  We even rescue dogs!


Board of Directors

Glenda Turner - President

Sue Ann Davis - Vice President & Secretary

Robert Vick - Treasurer 

Babbette Dixon, DVM

Ann Rankin, DVM

Jayne Dillon

Arston Grant

Leslie Childress

Emeritus (non-voting)

Jim Turner

Ron Schindler, DVM

Carol Vick

Executive Director - Glenda Turner

Shelter Director - Jayne Dillon

Volunteer Staff

    FCC Address    

P. O. Box 262
Fairhope, AL 36533


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