Keep Cats Safe and Save Bird Lives is a coalition of individuals and organizations concerned about the well-being of cats and birds. We believe all animals are important, and as humans, we owe both cats and birds protection. Click on the map above to see the full breadth of our network of people working for the well-being of cats and birds, or see the list below.Cats are at risk when they go outdoors unsupervised. Through improving our treatment of cats we, as a society, also limit their impact on the environment generally, and birds in particular.

Keep Cats Safe and Save Bird Lives is led by Nature Canada, the oldest national nature conservation charity in the country. Over the past 75 years, Nature Canada has helped protect over 63 million acres of parks and wildlife areas in Canada and countless species that depend on this habitat. Today, Nature Canada represents a network comprised of over 45,000 members and supporters and more than 350 nature organizations across the country.

Nature Canada is working with national, regional and local partners across Canada to keep cats safe and save bird lives. We work closely with our partners and volunteers to cultivate municipal action and raise awareness about the issue, and we have lots of resources to help cat-owners ensure their cats are safe, stimulated and get enough exercise without roaming unsupervised, tips for bird lovers on how to keep birds safe from cats, and much more. Find out what you can do to help by visiting our Take Action page.

Please explore our site, and visit our partners’ websites and take full advantage of their resources and on-the-ground reach.

National Partners

Bird Studies Canada
Humane Canada (Canadian Federation of Humane Societies)
Earth Rangers  
FLAP Canada

Regional Partners


Local Partners

Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation
The Arboretum at the University of Guelph
Atlantic Wildlife Institute
Bruce Peninsula Bird Observatory
Burlington Humane Society
CatNap Society
Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
Community Alley Trappers (Facebook)
Destined to Fly, Kingston (Facebook)
Edmonton and Area Land Trust
Erie Wildlife Rescue
Friends of the Aviary
Greater Moncton SPCA
Guelph Cat Population Task Force
Guelph Humane Society
Habitat Acquisition Trust
Habitat Haven
Hamilton Naturalists’ Club
Hellas Pet Enclosures
Helping Homeless Cats of Greater Victoria
Hope for Wildlife Society
Kawartha Wildlife Centre
Le Nichoir
Lloydminster SPCA
Medicine River Wildlife Centre
Nature Guelph
Oscillot America
Ottawa Humane Society
Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre
Pekoe’s Kit-Tea-Cat Creations (Facebook)
Pelee Island Bird Observatory
Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society
Procyon Rehabilitation and Education Centre
Rocky Point Bird Observatory
Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Centre Inc.
Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital
Thunder Bay & District Humane Society
Toronto Field Naturalists
Tuft + Paw
Vancouver Avian Research Centre (VARC)
Wild ARC
Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre
Wild Ontario
Wildlife Rescue Association of BC
Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Saskatchewan
WildNorth (Northern Alberta Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation)
Windsor-Essex County Humane Society
Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary

We are grateful for financial support from: