A local cat rescue group in the Fairfield/Cordelia area is recruiting for dedicated, responsible animal loving volunteers to join our structured feeding program that cares for local area feral cat colonies. This program has written procedures and training. Cat food is provided for the task. You will need a car to participate in this program.
Begin your day enjoying the fresh air and the sun coming up as you make your rounds to the feeding stations. This task takes about one and a half hours to complete.
We pride ourselves as a model for other feral cat feeding and monitoring programs. All cats in the program are neutered and vaccinated and monitored daily. Our volunteers work together and meet regularly to ensure the program is running smoothly and the cats are well cared for.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Campus Cat Coalition, Inc
5979 Contra Costa Rd, Oakland, CA 94618, US
Our mission is to maintain a stable feral cat population and feeding program (in the Cordelia area) as well as educate the community about the importance of spay/neuter of their pets and ferals within their community.
The coalition was created by volunteers in the Fairfield/Cordelia community. Together they created a cat program to humanely trap, neuter, vaccinate and return feral cats in local colonies in the area of Cordelia. The structured program schedules volunteer feeders for each day of the week. They help TNR (trap/neuter/return) of ferals within the community and recruite volunteers to help with trapping, transport to the SPCA, 1-3 day recovery for post surgery and even foster care when appropriate.
We'll work with your schedule.
4001 Suisun Valley RdFairfield, CA94534
November 5, 2020
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 17
Orientation or Training
1 morning per week or 1 morning every other week (1 1/2 -2 hr)
Physically able to walk 1/4 mile on dirt road while carrying 10 lb food and a water jug.