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Feral Change is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping the Oakland community control and manage its feral and homeless cat population. We focus on TNR (Trap Neuter Return) to spay and neuter free roaming and feral cats in Oakland. 

 

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Featured Adoptable Cat: Parsley! 
Email adoptions@feralchange.org
to meet Parsley!

Vote for Feral Change's Petco Love Adoption Story!
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We’ve been chosen as a 2021 #PetcoLoveStories winner by Petco Love! Now, you can help us earn an additional $25K in lifesaving funds! Vote for Feral Change’s pet adoption story in the People’s Choice competition by Dec 15: petcolove.org/vote

Oona and Elio were rescued in 2020 by Feral Change from a large feral colony in East Oakland. Feral Change TNR volunteers trapped and fixed dozens of cats and kittens, and provided veterinary care to many sick kittens from the colony. We successfully fixed all the adult cats and adopted out all of the kittens, including Oona and Elio, who hit the jackpot when they were adopted by Natasha and Elise! These two kittens became pandemic celebrities in their neighborhood as they spent hours in their window making friends with everyone who came by. We are so thrilled for Oona and Elio, and we are very excited their adoption story was chosen by Petco Love as a 2021 winner! We hope you will go vote for Feral Change and help us earn up to an additional 25k in funds so we can help even more cats and kittens!

Adopt a Garden Cat!

Garden cats are feral or semi-feral cats that are not suited to life as typical house cats. These cats often come from outdoor colonies where it is no longer safe for them to live, and they need new, safe outdoor homes. Garden cats are easy to care for, require very little, and help keep rodents and pests away from your home. All they need is a safe yard, garden, farm, or warehouse, food and water, and a snug spot to sleep at night like a cat house, shed, or porch. Garden cats often become friendly over time with their caretakers, though each cat is different and unique. Some may prefer to always have more space from humans, while others may eventually come right up to you - especially at meal time. If you can provide a home to a Garden Cat email: info@feralchange.org

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