The International Fund for Cat Welfare is committed to helping cats by working alongside vets and welfare organisations worldwide.
By sharing expertise and scientific knowledge across the international welfare community, IFCW aims to prevent avoidable suffering in cats.
Until now no attempt has been made to unify cat welfare ideas and groups on a global scale. IFCW aims to tackle cat welfare problems in three areas:
In a number of countries, cruelty to cats arises through lack of owner knowledge rather than malice. As a result, one of the primary aims of IFCW is to better inform cat owners and those working with rescue and feral cats, with simple messaging about cat care.
With your assistance and donations IFCW pledges to improve the welfare of cats by:
Working with local, national and international organisations to
educate about 'best practice' for feline care
- Working with local, national and international organisations to educate about appropriate welfare solutions for unowned cats
Providing basic information on cat care (in as many languages as possible) via the IFCW website to help owners look after their cats
- Developing training courses and materials for those working with unowned cats for welfare purposes