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Feral Feline Organization
The Feral Feline Organization is a student-based, non-profit group that started out at the UC Davis campus but has since branched out. We are a fairly young organization (almost 2 years old), but we are growing steadily, enlarging our network and expanding our efforts of helping the feral cat population. We are currently recognized as California tax exempt and are in the process of becoming federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit. Our three main goals are:
1. Fostering and socializing feral kittens in order to adopt them out to loving families
2. Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) adult feral cats to stop the breeding cycle.
3. Raising awareness of the feral cat population and fundraising for the cause.
We currently work to trap/neuter/return (TNR) adult feral cats in Yolo County. We also trap and rescue feral kittens, socialize and/or bottle-raise them, and adopt them out. Our efforts to TNR adult feral cats allow us to screen them for any feline diseases, vaccinate them, and alter them so that they can not continue to reproduce. All of this reduces the spread of diseases and overpopulation of feral cat colonies as well as keep people's outdoor pet cats safer and healthier. Our efforts to remove feral kittens from colonies allow us to socialize them so that they can become loving members of caring families instead of growing up with a difficult life out in the wild. As foster homes become available in our organization, we continue to branch out to other organizations (such as the SPCA and local shelters) and move some of their overloaded kittens into our rescue program. Newly adoptable foster cats are posted on our PetFinder account as they become available for adoption; check periodically to see who has become available.
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