Cause Area

  • Animals


1833 ALICE WAYSACRAMENTO, CA 95834 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The mission of the Cats About Town Society (C.A.T.S.) is: 1. to stop the suffering of homeless and abandoned cats and kittens 2. to adhere to a humane, no-kill policy 3. to continually work towards a community where every cat and kitten has a safe and loving home


C.A.T.S. was incorporated on March 19, 1998, with a mission to rescue, protect and support cats in need in the Sacramento area and to help reduce the suffering that is caused by overpopulation.

C.A.T.S. is an all-volunteer group without any paid staff. Most of our cats and kittens are surrendered to us by people who cannot or do not want to care for them anymore. We also take in abandoned, orphaned or stray cats.

Our rescued cats and kittens mostly live in foster families until they are adopted into permanent homes. A foster family has the chance to get to know the cat well and tell a prospective adopter about the kitty’s likes, dislikes, and little quirks. Observation, treatment for any medical condition and socialization are the key advantages of our foster family program.

C.A.T.S. spays and neuters all animals in our system before we offer them for adoption. We have our animals tested for feline leukemia (FeLV) and vaccinated (FVRCP/kitty colds & rabies) as appropriate for their age.

Every year, we place hundreds of cats and kittens in caring, permanent homes.


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