The O'Malley Alley Cat Organization(TOMACO) - Colonies of People Helping Colonies of Cats

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Want to Adopt? Our mission is to place our rescued cats in loving indoor only homes by matching them to the personalities of their new owners. In order to assure proper placement, all potential adopters are screened, vet references are checked and if you rent, approval by your landlord is required prior to placement. We ask college students to provide approval for adoption by their parents as well. Adoption entails a commitment to provide for the pet's needs for the rest of his/her life. Your pet may live 15 or more years, and providing for basic needs alone will likely cost hundreds of dollars per year. Your pet will require time each day for training, grooming, exercise and interaction. Click Here to review our adoption policies. Click on the links at the bottom of the page (gray area) to download Adoption Applications.

Please note that our adoption fee is $75 per cat or kitten or $125 if you adopt two, and adoption fees are non-refundable. Unless otherwise noted, all of our cats/kittens have been examined by a Veterinarian, tested for feline leukemia and FIV, received flea treatment and vaccines for distemper, feline leukemia and respiratory diseases. Furthermore, if the cat is at least 12-weeks old, the cat has also received a rabies vaccine and in many cases has already been spayed or neutered, as required by state law. When you do adopt, click on the links at the bottom of the page (gray area) to download handouts about introducing your new cat into your home, to make that transition a pleasant one for all involved.

Click on the green "Adopt" button at the top right of the page to peruse the many feline beauties we have available. Questions???? Give us a call at (936) 556-2754 or e-mail us at

Want to volunteer? We need foster homes, feral colony caretakers, trappers for our TNRM Program, volunteers to work adoptathons, and volunteers for the O'Malley PET Low Cost Spay-Neuter Clinic. Get started by downloading the Volunteer Application at the bottom of the page (gray zone).

PetSmart Charities Grant for Spay and Neuter of Free Roaming Cats

The O'Malley Alley Cat Organization (TOMACO) got a grant! TOMACO was awarded $10,250 from PetSmart Charities, for spay-neuter of free roaming cats in the area of the SFA campus and vicinity. Click Here to peruse the grant map. If you are caring for stray or feral cats in this area, please contact us to arrange for them to be spayed or neutered at no cost to you. We can help with trapping of feral cats. Call us at 556-2754.

Help Support O'Malley Alley Cats by Getting Your
Pets' Medications at

Veterinarian Dr. Glenn Buckley started a really cool movement this summer, by founding Dr. Buckley and his brother draw no salary from this online pet pharmacy that donates net profits to the animal shelter/rescue of your choice. has honored The O'Malley Alley Cat Organization by approving us as a rescue that can be selected by customers for periodic distribution of net profits. If you use an online pharmacy for your pets' medications, do us a favor, and use Just ask your veterinarian to fax or call the prescription in according to instructions on the website.

Help Support O'Malley Alley Cats by Shopping at Kroger!

Did you know you can support nonprofit organizations in your community just by shopping at Kroger? It's easy when you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards®! To get started, sign up with your Kroger Plus Card at, and select "O'Malley Alley Cat." Once you're enrolled, you'll earn rewards for your chosen organization every time you shop and use your Plus Card!

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Non-Student Adoption
Student Adoption
Introducing Your New Cat
Introducing Cats & Dogs
Tips for You & Your
    New Kitty
  Volunteer Application
Foster Agreement
Trapper Agreement
  Declawing: Cruelty
  or Convenience?
Declawing Cats: Worse
  Than a Manicure
Declaw Surgery Photos
Why Two Cats Are
  Better Than One
Why The 3rd Degree on
  the Adoption App?
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  Alliance of Texas
Alley Cat Allies
Humane Society for
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