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Welcome To CAPIC!

Capic is a group of volunteers who specialize in TNR (Trap Neuter Return). We are a 501C3 Accredited Charity. We gladly accept monetary donations as well as cat food, towels, and bedding. New volunteers are always welcome.

We go into neighborhoods to help local residents with the
feral/free roaming cat problem, often times helping solve the unwanted cat/kitten problem by trap/neuter/spay/return and adoptions. All monies donated are used for medical and food expenses  We have no paid employees.We are 100% volunteers.  We also feed 100's of cats each day.

 

                      

 

 

 

    Below are our proud Supporters!   

Amwell Pet Supply

Amwell Pet Supply is the home of CAPIC and a great place to shop. Every Saturday you can go in for CAPIC Adoption Day.  Read more...

New Start Consignments

Merchandise arrives regularly and is always changing the inventory, so stop in often.... Read more...

harnesslife.org

harnesslife.org is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 all volunteer organization dedicated to combating pet overpopulation through education and targeted support. We are focused on prevention of the problem and its accompanying issues. Read more...

Old Navy

We would like to thank Old Navy for their proud support in helping rasie much needed funds for Capic Cats. Old Navy has donation jars in their Bridgewater store in the Central New Jersey area. If you shop in the Bridgewater store and see a jar please donate.

Revive Consignment

We don't just consign, we also sell new clothing, jewelry, accessories & unique items from local artists.">Read more...

One Cat At A Time: Warren Teen Helps Give Wild Cats A Second Chance

Warren, NJ -- A Watchung Hills Regional High School junior is helping the lives of feral pets, one cat at a time. Troy Cullen of Warren was recently awarded Teen Volunteer of the Year Award for CAPIC Cats. CAPIC Cats is a 501C3 Charity made up of a group of volunteers who specialize in Trap Neuter Return. Owner of a cat, Calypso, Cullen began volunteering with CAPIC Cats two years ago. “I always loved cat and wanted to give something back,” Cullen said. “I wanted to help. I had a hard time knowing that cats like mine have no home, so I wanted to see if there was anything I can do.”

 

Read full story on The Patch: CLICK HERE TO READ FULL STORY

Belle Mead Animal Hospital

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CAPIC would also like to thank Belle Mead Animal Hospital for allowing us to use their premises for adoption days for our kittens.  We appreciate the kindness of Dr. Joseph Martins and his staff and their great treatment of our cats for their vet care. Thanks to Dr. Martins, Dr. Somjen, Dr. Simons, Dr. Stephens, Dr. White, and Joni Jones and the Belle Mead staff who without their help none of this would even be possible.  And Chrissi for being so kind to help adopt kittens from the adoption cage and taking our kittens home each night and caring for them and finding them good homes from their adoption cage in the lobby. 

Belle Mead Animal Hospital was originally established in 1979, the Belle Mead Animal Hospital (BMAH) began as a small, one doctor practice out of an old retired dairy barn. In 1992, construction began on the new 5,000 sq. ft. facility. The hospital was built to look like the Big Red Barn on the last piece of the original farmland from the Bogner family.

What makes BMAH truly different beyond their facility and certification is their exceptional veterinary team. Their staff is like no other when it comes to skill, training, compassion and dedication centered upon a family atmosphere of wellness and education. Their practice continues to grow and evolve for the better while their mission remains the same.  READ MORE...

Donations & Foster Parents Needed

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CAPIC is always looking for donations of different items to our organization. We are always in need of cat food, cat beds, cat toys and any cat related items such as carriers, etc.

CAPIC is currently in need of kitten and cat foods (both wet & dry) as well as KMR, treats, toys, and bedding. All items can be dropped off or purchased at Amwell Pet Supply, Hillsborough. NJ.

CAPIC is always looking for great, loving people who would like to become a foster parent to our cats. With your help in fostering it will ensure that the cat/cats have a great loving home until we find them their "fur-ever" home!!

Please use the "Contact Us" form located on this site if you would like to become a foster parent and a member of our organization will contact you. Thank you for your support!

 

If you would like to leave a financial donation you may do so by clicking the "Donate" button below! And once again thank you for your help!

                                                                                                                                       

 

Get Directions

Amwell Pet Supply is the home of CAPIC. Stop by and visit with some of our great cats who need their Fur-ever home! ~~~ CAPIC Cats 6 Bell Avenue Raritan, New Jersey 08869 ~~~ TNR's Phone: 908-510-5746

Website Information

All content and images shown on this site is for the use of CAPIC Cats, and their website purposes only. This site is intended to give information regarding the CAPIC Cat foundation and should not be used for any other reasons. If you have any questions regarding this site please contact CAPIC Cats using the "Contact Us" form located on this website or by calling them directly.