The Feral Cat Foundation (FCF) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization whose primary mission is to help people live with the feral and forgotten cats and kittens in the communities of Alameda and Contra Costa counties of northern California. We accomplish this through the nationally-recognized and effective method of "TNR" (trap-neuter-return). When possible, tame cats and kittens are adopted to loving homes. Cats that cannot be socialized are returned to the location where they were trapped and fed daily by caring volunteers. The lack of resources and a sanctuary prevent FCF from being able to take owner surrenders, rescue cats from shelters, or remove cats from neighborhoods. We invite you to read FCF's Commitment Statement and hope you enjoy your visit to our website.
Tips For Change Fundraiser at Gianni's Italian Bistro On Monday, January 21st, Volunteers and Supporters of The Feral Cat Foundation will be your servers for the evening with all tips and 10% of sales going to support our organization. You will enjoy a wonderful dinner and support a worthy cause. It's a Win-Win. Click here for reservations or call 925-339-6521
"Saving one cat will not change the world, but for that one cat...the world will change forever." The members of Feral Cat Foundation save " that one cat" time and time again in the course of a week. Click here to read our current newsletter and see how we are changing lives.
If You Find Kittens
It is very important to assess the age of
kittens BEFORE handling them. If you pick up a kitten that still
has it's eyes closed, chances are the mother will reject the
kitten. Babies this young have a very slim chance of surviving
with bottle feeding. On the other hand, waiting until a kitten is
6 months old to attempt socialization is also asking for
disaster. Here is a guide to age and appropriate action.
click here to read more
Loki is a great big teddy bear! He loves to snuggle and purr, lets kids carry him around the house without complaint and will chat with you about his day. But Loki also thinks he is a dog and loves to chew up and destroy stuffed animals so keep the kids toys put away when he is left on his own. At just 9 months old, Loki is still active and playful as a kitten. He would do well with another male cat or gentle dog to cuddle and play with. You can meet Loki at the Petco in San Ramon on Saturday between 1am and 3pm.