Caring for those discarded by society.

Capetonians Against Animal Abuse (CAAA) is a volunteer based, non-profit group with a mission of helping animals discarded by society. Our main focus are cats and kittens, but we do also assist dogs from time to time.

Who we are

We assist feral cat colonies around the Cape Town area by providing education, TNR and feeding programmes to more than 400 feral cats in cat colonies. We also re-home cats and kittens who can become part of a loving home through foster families.

Click above and learn how to volunteer with CAAA and be the difference.

Who we are not

We are not a rescue organisation, or a shelter. As a result, we do not have the means or extensive financial resources to shelter and sterilise private individuals' pets and care for all animals in need.

Click above and learn how provide assistance for an animal in need.
 The feral cat above formed the inspiration which led to the start of CAAA. He was horribly abused and was one of the first cats volunteers of Capetonians Against Animal Abuse cared for many years ago.

The feral cat above formed the inspiration which led to the start of CAAA. He was horribly abused and was one of the first cats volunteers of Capetonians Against Animal Abuse cared for many years ago.


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Featured

The CAAA Kitty Foodbank is one way you can make a difference by helping us support our feral colonies and foster parents.

How it works:

Want to contribute and help? Find out how here.

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Initiatives

Feral colonies are important to what CAAA does in and around the Cape Town Metro. Learn more about our feral colonies here.

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Durban Road 1 Feral Colony
Durban Road 2 Feral Colony
Durban Road 3 Feral Colony
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Durban Road 4 Feral Colony
Blackheath Feral Colonies
Monte Vista Colony