Community (Feral) Cats
What are Community Cats? They are the same as feral cats. These cats have been dumped in the neighborhood, or otherwise abandoned by humans. Either due to lack of socialization while owned or due to living away from humans, they tend to not be touchable cats, but instead skittish around humans. Many spay/neuter clinics designed to help these cats will require that the cats you bring in be 'feral' and not touchable.
Eartipping Community Cats is essential. An eartip is a sign to all other people involved with these community cats that this cat has already been spayed or neutered and vaccinated. This can save the cat's life in many ways. People will be less likely to re-trap the cat, as they already know it won't produce any kittens. When the cat is trapped and taken to a shelter, people will make an effort to find it's caretaker.
Want to help feral cats in your area but you aren't sure how to deal with them?
Click HERE to see what ONE female cat can produce with her offspring.
FREE LIMITED TIME FERAL OPENINGS- NO Appointment Needed. Appointments in San Franscisco.
Clinics near Yolo County specifically for feral cats. (See other cat options that will take ferals too).
All three provide spay/neuter, vaccinations (fvrcp and rabies if old enough), flea treatment, and minor wound care if possible for $15/cat.
Phone: (707) 421-5515
Specify that you want to sign up for a feral clinic in your message. Typically held the third Sunday of each month.
Sign up online only. Held at Sac SPCA in Sacramento, typically the first Sunday of each month.
Sacramento Area Animal Coaltion Vouchers for Ferals
Must Apply Online for Vouchers. Limited number per person, see website for participating clinics.
Yolo County SPCA's Transport to Auburn or Diamond Springs
Both feral and tame cats are welcome on these transports. Cost depends on which clinic the transport is going to. Please look at the full description of these transports under the tame cat low cost spay/neuter options by clicking HERE.
Address: P. O. Box 161043, Sacramento, CA 95816
Phone: (916) 808-SPAY (7729) Email is preferred for Feral Cat questions
Sacramento Area Animal Coalition (SAAC) has a feral cat voucher program. Participating vets are all in Sacramento (a new one is in Natomas), and so this is not typically the closest option for those in Yolo County. Co-payment is only $10. Please see their website for more details and email them if you have addtional questions.
Address: 6201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento, CA 95828