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Updated 10NOV21

COVID-19 and FCF

Due to the current stay at home order in California our services are extremely limited right now. Although many people stuck at home are thinking this is the perfect time to adopt a cat, foster some kittens or tackle that spay/neuter project they've been putting off, rescue organizations like ourselves are facing some challenges that may make those things difficult. Please be patient with us and continue reading to see how we are being impacted..

Adoptions: The pet stores we normally hold adoptions at have canceled all events for the time being. We are still able to do adoptions by appointment, but since all of our cats and kittens are kept in foster homes, you will not be able to come look at a variety to make your choice. We will do our best to keep our website updated with available cats and kittens. Contact the person on each posting to find out more information and make arrangements to meet a particular animal.

Spay/Neuter Assistance: Sadly, the large clinics we use to cut costs and do large numbers of surgeries have closed to the public for the time being. Smaller vet offices are having trouble getting supplies and are severely limiting appointments. For that reason, all trapping projects are currently on hold and we will not be able to take on any new ones until the crisis is over.

Intake: Due to our lack of surgery availability and adoption outlets, our intake will be limited. However, we do have room for a few litters of kittens. If you have kittens in your yard or place of business, please contact our hotline to see if we have anyone in your area that can help. Again, resources are limited. Please don't take your frustration out on our volunteers if you get a temporary no as an answer.

Shelters: Shelters are currently closed to the public. This does NOT mean that animals are being euthanized. The animals in shelters are still being cared for and will continue to be during the shutdown. The same applies to rescue groups like ourselves.

We appreciate your patience during this difficult time and hope you are all staying safe and healthy.