WARRENSBURG, MO (MARCH 21, 2022) – In 2021, Warrensburg Cat Advocates (WCA) was able to successfully assist 522 cats and we are already on track to break records in 2022, this year’s goal is 500 cats. In January and February, WCA assisted with 83 cats. 66 were trapped, neutered and returned. Four were treated for illnesses, and 12 were networked into rescue. In March, WCA TNR’d more than 80 cats with 32 of those cats receiving their vetting this week.

Tomcat TNR’d at a recent farm colony in Johnson County, Mo.

Many thanks to the all-volunteer WCA-TNR team:   

Tammy Roberts (Chair)
Susan Langston (Coordinator)
Tiffany Singleton
Kate Sisney
Ashley Romero
Josh Brown
Kelly Reside
Olly Ozias
Shelley Amos

WCA recently appointed Sarah Chamberlin as its new president. Chamberlin previously served as board secretary. Tammy Roberts will stay on the WCA board serving as vice president. Kelly Reside has been named the WCA board secretary and Sarah Bailey, board treasurer has provided her resignation to WCA; she will remain in the seat until a replacement has been named. Bailey has been a valuable asset and her service has been impeccable. WCA thanks Susan Langston for serving as Interim President for the last several months; she continues her service as the organization’s Trap-Neuter-Return coordinator. All board positions filled begin serving immediately. Any open board positions will be posted soon both on our website and Facebook.

Thank you to donors who made it possible to provide more than $22,000 in TNR vet care for our community’s cats and to Axion for allowing us to utilize their space for events over the last couple of years. Thanks to Kayla Frank and staff at Old Drum Animal Shelter for hosting a food drive to assist in feeding the cats we are servicing. A very special thanks to our partnering vets: Sedalia Spay and Neuter Clinic, Warrensburg Animal Hospital and Oak Hill Veterinary Services.

Tammy Roberts recently developed a new partnership with 121 Farmhouse Market to create a special bakery item to feature in monthly fundraisers throughout 2022. WCA looks forward to our continued partnerships and growing some new ones.

WCA is a 501c3 volunteer-only based organization. We fundraise and receive donations throughout the year to assist with the spaying and neutering of hundreds of community cats. Those interested in donating to WCA may do so via the Warrensburg Cat Advocate Facebook page or by mailing a check to:

Warrensburg Cat Advocates
P.O. Box 119
Warrensburg, Missouri 64093

Themed auctions featuring packages with baked goods, home ware and painted, collectible rocks will be announced from the WCA Facebook page each month. All proceeds go to the spaying, neutering and vaccinations of our humanely trapped and released community cats.



For more information contact:
Megan Geiger
President and Founder, WCA

Sarah Chamberlin
Secretary, WCA

WARRENSBURG, MO (Nov.11, 2019) – Warrensburg Cat Advocates (WCA) will hold a drive for winter shelter supplies in the parking lot of Retrograde Arcade and Toy Museum on November 16, 2019, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Supplies being collected include:
● Duct tape
● Foam board or reflectix insulation
● Hot knives
● New and used coolers
● Plastic storage totes with lids
● Straw
● Styrofoam coolers

WCA will be demonstrating how to build a shelter at the event. The shelters will be built and used for community cats across Warrensburg at no cost. Shelters will be distributed in late November.

Anyone in need of a winter shelter is encouraged to visit WCA on November 16 at the event. Those who may like to donate and cannot drop-off on the day of the event may reach out to WCA and make arrangements for a pickup.


Warrensburg Cat Advocates | P.O. 119, Warrensburg, Mo. 64093


Warrensburg Cat Advocates (WCA) was established in late 2018 by a group of committed Warrensburg, Missouri community members who choose to look at our homeless cat community and come up with humane solutions for our town.

We believe that Trap Neuter Return offers Warrensburg and its homeless cats a better solution that in the long term will have a profound effect.

TNR is proven to: 

  • better the lives homeless cats
  • better their relationships with the people who live near them
  • decrease the size of colonies and population over time

WCA aims to work with the community-at-large through providing education and leading-by-example on how TNR offers the best outcomes for our community.