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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. Our success helps ensure the health of the community and consistent care of Oakland's neighborhood cats. We focus on TNR (Trap Neuter Return) to spay and neuter free roaming and feral cats in Oakland. We rely on donations and grants to continue our work.

 

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Support Scrabble's Eye Surgery!

Scrabble is an amazing little kitten who was rescued in East Oakland, her caretaker contacted us about a very sick kitten in her yard. Scrabble was hunched up, emaciated, lethargic, and had an injured/infected eye. Thankfully one of our volunteers was able to go pick her up right away, and another volunteer drove her to the emergency vet for immediate treatment and fluids. Sadly Scrabble tested positive for panleukopenia at the ER, this deadly virus is often a death sentence for kittens, with only a 10-15% survival rate in most cases. Scrabble had a lot of fight in her though, and this little one has shown her spirit and pulled through despite her diagnosis and rough start to life! Scrabble does still need to have her bad eye removed, the surgery typically costs us $450 - $500 at our low cost vet clinic. With 80+ kittens and cats in foster including many medical cases we could use your support to raise the funds for Scrabble's surgery. You can donate using the button below, or go to the "Donate" tab in the top navigation bar. Thank you so much! 

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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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