good cat network is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

All proceeds from this store are donated quarterly to
Good Cat Network.

Your purchases help support Good Cat Network's programs, such as Operation Aloha Cat, where adoptable cats are sent from Hawaii to rescue partners in Washington State.

  • WHO?

    Aloha! We’re Amber, Darlene and Deb, the founding members of Good Cat Network! But it’s not just us. We are growing our network of big-hearted animal lovers so that we can help as many cats as possible get adopted into loving homes. Good Cat Network consists of fosters, socialization experts, US shelters willing to take adoptable cats, TNRM trappers, rescuers, colony feeders, transporters, donors, and anyone on social media, email, or phone that can help spread the word! As they say, it takes a village. YOU are Good Cat Network, if you’re ready to be!

    about us 
  • WHAT?

    Good Cat Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to educate the public on the benefits of TNRM (Trap Neuter Return Manage) in order to reduce feline populations humanely in Hawai‘i. We strive to build a foster network to help with kitten socialization, provide foster supplies, and build coaching programs. The Good Cat Network’s goal is to increase the number of cats being socialized and adopted in Hawai‘i. Through educational videos and documentaries, we will bring awareness to the feral cat problems specific to Hawai‘i and educate the public on the methods of humane feral cat management. We have also partnered with Aloha Air Cargo, and are collaborating with fellow non-profits such as Homeward Bound and Surf Cat Ranch to fly adoptable Hawai‘i cats and kittens to the West Coast USA. Since November 2021, over 340 cats have flown to shelters such as PAWS and Seattle Humane for a chance at a better life. The cats that we fly to these shelters are adopted in an average of four days!

  • WHERE?

    Good Cat Network is anywhere you are! We’re currently helping cats on the island of Maui in the state of Hawai‘i, because Maui is in cat-crisis with the amount of feral cats on the island. During the pandemic, spay and neuter services were limited and the feral cat population grew exponentially. We want to get as many cats as we possibly can into loving homes. Remember, anyone, anywhere can become a member of Good Cat Network and we need all the help we can get!