Feral Cat Foundation - Tax ID 68-0411209 - P.O. Box 1173, Alamo, CA 94507 Feral Cat Foundation - Serving Alameda & Contra Costa Counties
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Updated 05NOV18

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.

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Thank you too all who supported us by donating prizes and purchasing raffle tickets this year. The proceeds will go a long way in helping us spay and neuter as many cats as possible. For a list of prize winners click here.Congratulations to our winners.

It's kitten season...again! Click here to read our current newsletter and see how we are coping (and how the raffle proceeds are spent).

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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.
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Cats of the Week

Dukes of Hazzard Kittens!

Daisy is all that! Playful, social and curious! She all black and all girl. Fearless and not shy with other pets. Daisy will make herself at home with you in no time. She is adorable, a purr machine and developing into a lap kitty. She has grown up with 2 brothers and can wrestle with the best of them. She’ll run up to greet you when you come home and let you know how her day was.

Bo is a super social snuggler that loves to play with your hair. He is part pirate, part purr machine who loves human interaction. Pictures of this little lover have been hard to come by - because he wants to come investigate and cuddle with the photographer! He loves to play hockey with just about anything that rolls. He’s great with his brother and sister, as well as our other cats - and would love other animals.


Luke is a super affectionate sweet boy that loves laps and adventures. He is often running off to find out what is that noise in the next room. Until he’s ready for a nap - and then he wants your lap. He is a master hockey player and loves to carry around his stuffed toys. He is great with his brother and sister as well as our other cats - and would love other animals.

You can meet these adotable kitties at the Petco in San Ramon on Saturdays 11-3.


We have wonderful cats looking for homes Many have lost their homes and families.

Scheduled adoptions
The kitty above, those on our Available Cats pages and many others are waiting for their “forever home”. Will it be yours?

Spay-neuter assistance programs
- FCF's Trapping Assistance Program
- Other local spay-neuter assistance

Making a difference – one cat at a time!
View FCF spay, neuter, and adoption statistics since the group’s start in 1998.

Volunteers helping feral and forgotten cats in Alameda and Contra Costa counties