Saving Outlawed and Unwanted Lives

A Feral Cat Sanctuary

What is SOUL?
​​ Saving ​Outlawed and ​Unwanted Lives, inc. is a no-kill, cage free facility for adult feral cats.
It is located among the beautiful rolling hills of Chenango County In New York State.

 SOUL does not adopt out any of its residents as they are not suited as "pets".
SOUL cats have come from near and far and were brought here by caring individuals.
At SOUL they can live out their lives in peace and harmony in a setting suited to their lifestyle.​
 Can I visit the sanctuary?
 No, the sanctuary is not open to the public.
The sanctuary is located in and around my personal home and property, it is not a commercial building.
The sanctuary is not open for visitation, it is not set up to accommodate human traffic.
Please understand, this is "home" to feral cats, it is not a zoo where one can visit to admire the animals.
  Can I visit the cats I brought to you?
 No, visiting cats you brought to the sanctuary is not possible.
I do understand some people are very attached to the cats they bring to the sanctuary, but once you place cats at SOUL, ownership of the cat(s) is transferred to SOUL.
Do you adopt out your cats, or take in kittens?
​​  No, SOUL does not adopt out any of its residents. 
​ SOUL does not take in kittens as the sanctuary does not provide proper housing for little ones.
Do I need to make a monetary donation to place cats at SOUL, and why?
​ ​Yes a non refundable donation of $3,000 (per cat) is required to place a cat at SOUL. 
SOUL runs entirely on public donations, the intake donation is to cover some of the cost of the care of the cat at SOUL.
Cats need to be FULLY VETTED before placement! Spayed/neutered, UTD on shots, tested for Felv/FIV.
Felv positive cats can NOT be accepted by SOUL as I do not have special accommodations for them.
When I place cats at SOUL, will I receive regular updates?
​ Regular updates will not be sent automatically. However you may request an update via email or Facebook.
Will I be notified if a cat gets sick and/or dies?
​ No, notification of illness or death will not be sent.
If I change my mind, can I take the cat(s) back?
​ ​Than will depend on the situation.