Solano County Friends of Animals
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ABOUT US

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Solano County Friends of Animals (SCFOA) is a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are entirely volunteer run and 100% of all donations go directly to the care of our animals, including spay/neuter services, medical expenses, and TNR programs. Thought we try to accomodate all small mammals, our primary focus is on homeless cats and kittens.


ADOPT YOUR PURRFECT COMPANION

We have hundreds of cats that aren't listed on our site. If you're looking for a specific type of cat, please contact us below. We can help you find your perfect companion!


Volunteer

 

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Do you enjoy being around cats and kittens, but can't make the commitment to adopt? Then we have the perfect opportunity for you! We desperately need volunteers to work in our cat center. When cats are kept in the center for too long, they become conditioned to being in a cage and become less social, depressed and sometimes aggressive. Sadly this makes them less adoptable; but you can help!

Benefits to volunteering in our cat center:

  • You get to play with the cats without having the commitment of fostering.

  • If you spend 3+ hours a month volunteering in the cat center you will receive the employee discount on anything at Pet Food Express Benicia, up to $200!
  • You will make a difference in the quality of life of these cats!

 

We have MANY volunteer opportunities if cleaning and socilizing isn't quite your thing.
Please complete and submit the volunteer application below!

VOLUNTEER APPLICATION


Donate

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Feral "Community" Cats

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Cats and kittens that are homeless or born into the wild, and lack human socialization, are referred to as feral or community cats. Although some kittens have the potential to be rescued and rehabilitated if they are found within the first few weeks of life, the majority of adult feral cats are difficult or impossible to domesticate.

TNR reduces and stabilizes populations of community cats. TNR is a three step process where community cats are humanely trapped (with box traps), brought to a veterinarian to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, eartipped (the universal sign that a community cat has been neutered and vaccinated), and then returned to their outdoor home.

To learn more about community cats, visit https://www.alleycat.org or contact us for help!


CONTACT US ANYTIME USING THE FORM BELOW

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Mailing Address

Solano County Friends of Animals
PO Box 235
Benicia, CA 94510