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Do You love Cats? Help Us Help Feral Cats

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  • 15 people are interested

Our opportunities include:

Trapping feral cats for spay/neuter then transporting them to Marin Humane where we house them in feral cat cages.

Fostering feral kittens for eventual adoption through Marin Humane.

Help with relocating feral cats to new outdoor homes when they can no longer continue living at their current outdoor home. This includes carrying tables, cages and supplies to the relocation site, helping transport the cats to the location and helping set up the cages for the 3-week holding period. Also includes helping remove the equipment when the relocation is finished and bringing everything back to Marin Humane.

Feral colony feeders are needed all over Marin County. We supply the food, you feed a colony once a week.

Transporting feral cats to veterinary clinics for spay/neuter.

More opportunities with MARIN FRIENDS OF FERALS

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PO BOX 6282, SAN RAFAEL, CA 94903, US

Mission Statement

* Spay/neuter through TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) * Colony management through volunteer feeders and trappers * Relocate feral cats to new outdoor homes when they can no longer live at their current location * Raise funds to offer public assistance with spay/neuter fees, cat food, traps, relocation supplies and veterinary care for sick and injured feral cats * Promote community awareness for responsible care of feral cats and the need to spay/neuter domestic cats * Pursue workable solutions without euthanasia to humanely reduce feral cat populations while improving the quality of life for these victims of human neglect * Work toward the goal of having our community free of kittens born wild, where no cat capable of living in a home is lacking one and where those living in colonies are never in need of food, water, shelter, managed care and genuine concern


We provide humane care and management of feral community cats.



We'll work with your schedule.


Marin County areaSan Rafael, CA 94901



  • Transportation
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Fundraising


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 30 minutes to 2 hours once a week

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