Community Cats Charity
Ventura County Area, California
Who We Are & What We Do
Every member of the Community Cats Charity volunteers so 100% of donations go toward helping the cats.
We are a 501c3 nonprofit and operate mostly in Ventura County, California. All donations are tax deductible. Our team has more than 20 years combined experience trapping community cats. We loan out trapping equipment at no cost and mentor you to success. We are highly integrated with other cat related organizations in the county and we navigate your through the process to find low cost or free medical care or spay/neuter surgeries for community cats (sorry, pets are excluded). Our team also has an extensive knowledge at fostering cats and kittens and we can help you do the same. We can help connect you to available resources to help you be a successful foster and find forever homes for the cats and kittens. We are also here to help cat colony caregivers. We can teach proper cat colony management, care and provide food.
Community cats and kittens struggle to survive in a world that seems to have forgotten them. Many of them were abandoned. Many of them were born into this way of life. Some have developed a feral style and avoid people, while others beg for food to survive. They constantly deal with disease, parasites, cancer, predators and traffic. The intact males fight for territory. Unspayed females are forced to have litter after litter of kittens. Less than half of these kittens survive past 6 months living in these harsh conditions, without help.
Community cat is a cat with a certain lifestyle. These cats live outdoors without clear ownership. They include feral cats, stray cats and abandoned cats.
Colony caregiver is anyone that gives continuous care, including food and fresh water, to a group, or colony, of community cats.
We teach the public about community cats and how to solve related issues.
We loan out cat trapping equipment and navigate you through all the steps to get community cats fixed or
medical attention at little to no cost for you.
We depend on public donations to reach the goal of ending animal suffering. Please donate.
We can connect you with local cat organizations where you can personally make a difference.
Please note that relocation should be a last resort situation for adult feral cats. The process is very stressful for them and requires a lot of work to be successful.
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Community Cats Charity
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