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Introducing Our “T” is for Trapping Program!

Our work this summer at the Fix Our Ferals Spay-Neuter Center is meeting with great success thanks to our wonderful staff and volunteers and generous donors!

In June, we fixed our 8,000th kitty
since our Center opened in 2012!  

We are always on the lookout for more ways our services can have even greater impact. Today, I’m excited to tell you about a new program starting this summer: “T” is for Trapping!  We will provide instruction and support to fit each trapper’s particular situation.  Whether you are new to TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) or a seasoned trapper, we welcome your participation.  And please tell your friends, co-workers, and family who may have a kitty who needs their help.  Check out the details in the article, below! And finally, a huge thank you to everyone who donated to our Margarita’s Challenge!  You really came through by helping us reach our goal.  These contributions will go a long way toward making better lives through spay-neuter for the many cats we are intaking this kitten season!

Warm wishes,

Heather Lee signature

 

 

Heather Lee
Board President
Fix Our Ferals

PS:  Our Prevent-A-Litter Campaign is still going strong.  And so is kitten season!  Large or small, any contribution you can make will support our affordable spay-neuter services.  Your donation will save lives and help reduce future free-roaming populations in our East Bay neighborhoods.

“Fix Every Cat You Feed”

“T” is for Trapping – Come Join Us! Now, the “T” in TNR is not something everybody knows how to do, until they really need it — like when a new cat comes into your neighborhood, and his or her ear is not “tipped.”  And the “T” becomes an emergency when you see a cat who is obviously pregnant. Trapping is easy once you do it, but there are secrets and tips learned over years of experience that will make the process of trapping for spay-neuter easier, quicker, and less stressful for you and the cat.

Fix Our Ferals’ team of skilled trappers would love
to show you
what they have learned!

tabby in cage
Photo: Cathy Farrugia

Sign up at (510) 215-9300 for the next “T” is for Trapping workshop at our Spay-Neuter Center in Richmond, or request a one-on-one demonstration.  Be sure to mention in your message if you have a pregnant cat and need a fast response.  Please leave your name, phone number, and email address, and a trapping coach will call you to set up the time.

Are you an experienced trapper?  Then you know that trapping is part science, part art!  There is a lot of give-and-take and strategy sharing at our sessions. We encourage you to join our workshops to tell us what you know!

Happy Trapping!

 

Our Third “Best of the Best” Free-Roaming Cat Photo Contest is On!

Here’s an easy and fun way to be an active partner in our community that cares about our neighborhood kitties!

We bet you have some photos of a super special feral or stray cat!  Or maybe a couple of outstanding kitty pals?  A pile of adorable kittens? A fantastic cat colony? Fix Our Ferals is seeking high quality images for use in our e-communications, social networking, and fundraising, and for many other publicity purposes. We especially need great photos of cats and kittens showing the telltale “tipped ear!”

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Photo: Faith Schultz Finalist, FOF Photo Contest 2013

 First prize:

$75 gift certificate

Second prize:

$50 gift certificate

People’s Choice award:

$25 gift certificate All three winning photos will receive special attention through our e-communications and at our fundraising events!

Stay tuned!

We’ll feature our favorite ten photos for the People’s Choice Award vote in an upcoming e-newsletter.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make your kitty a big star!  

By donating the use of your photos to Fix Our Ferals, you can help make better lives for our local feral and stray cats and kittens.   We are glad to credit you if your photo is featured in any of our communications. Your images will not be used for any other purposes without your permission.

Contest closes Friday July 25.

Please submit up to four of your best shots to:
newsletter@fixourferals.org.

PS: Got a good story to go with your photo? We’d love to hear it!

Can You Help Us Help Them?   

kitten
Photo: Jackie Anderson

There are many ways to help the cats and people living in our communities by volunteering!

Fix Our Ferals and its over 250 active volunteers continue to work every day to make better lives for ALL East Bay cats through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) assistance, spay-neuter services, and public education.

Click here to find out about our volunteer opportunities!

WHITE CAT
Photo: Wendy Phillips
 
 
“Girlfriends! 
FOF’s Spay Services are 
simply divine!”
– FOF Kitty Patient #7,360
Be a PAL –
Help Prevent-A-Litter
in 2014!

 

Please make a generous donation today! 

DonateNow

Click here for other ways you can donate!
Fix Our Ferals is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service
as a Section 501(c)3 non-profit organization, 
ID# 94-3297241.
3 cats
Photo: Lisa Thomas
 
How to Reach Us

FIX OUR FERALS PO Box 13083 Berkeley CA 94712-4083

hotline 510 433-9446
volunteers@FixOurFerals.org

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Enjoy a Happy Fourth of July – Keep Pets Safe Indoors

July 5th is one of the busiest days for shelters because pets, frightened by July 4th festivities, escape from their homes and get lost. Summertime is a slow adoption time because people are gone on vacation. Add the 4th of July influx and the week after July 4th has some of the highest euthanasia rates for pets as the shelters are overfilled to capacity. Please keep your pet safe and indoors on July 4th!

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June 2014: Our Third “Best of the Best” Free-Roaming Cat Photo Contest is On!

Our Third “Best of the Best”
Free-Roaming Cat Photo Contest is On!

Here’s an easy and fun way to be an active partner
in our community that cares about our stray and feral kitties!

We bet you have some photos of a super special feral or stray cat!  Or maybe a couple of outstanding kitty pals?  A pile of adorable kittens? A fantastic cat colony?

Fix Our Ferals is seeking high quality images for use in our e-communications, social networking, and fundraising, and for many other publicity purposes. We especially need great photos of cats and kittens showing the telltale “tipped ear!”

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Photo: Lisa Thomas
Second Place, FOF Photo Contest 2013

First prize:

$75 gift certificate

Second prize:

$50 gift certificate

People’s Choice award:

$25 gift certificate

All three winning photos will receive special attention through our e-communications and at our fundraising events!

Stay tuned!

We’ll feature our favorite ten photos for the People’s Choice Award vote in an upcoming e-newsletter.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make your kitty a big star!  

By donating the use of your photos to Fix Our Ferals, you can help make better lives for our local feral and stray cats and kittens.   We are glad to credit you if your photo is featured in any of our communications. Your images will not be used for any other purposes without your permission.

Contest closes Friday July 25.

Please submit up to four of your best shots to:
newsletter@fixourferals.org.

PS: Got a good story to go with your photo? We’d love to hear it!

Will You Help Us Help Them?

The Fix Our Ferals Spay-Neuter Center and its over 250 active volunteers continue to work every day to make better lives for our neighborhood cats through affordable sterilization services, Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) assistance, and public education.

MD Gaze
Photo: Mark Decker, 
People’s Choice Award,
FOF Photo Contest 2013

Your support can help thousands

of cats to have healthier lives

through spay-neuter!

 

Please make a generous donation today! 

 

 

DonateNow

Click here for other ways you can donate!

Fix Our Ferals is recognized by 
the Internal Revenue Service as a 
Section 501(c)3 non-profit organization, 
ID# 94-3297241.

And More Ways You Can Help…

Here are some ways you can help the FOF Spay-Neuter Center and keep current with our exciting progress and news:

kitten
Photo: Judy Zelver
Finalist, FOF Photo Contest 2013
Help us get the word out about our Center by clicking the Forward link at the end of this newsletter.  Please send our
e-communications to everyone you know!

 

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Photo: Ruth Heinitz
Finalist, FOF Photo Contest 2013

How to Reach Us

FIX OUR FERALS
PO Box 13083

Berkeley CA 94712-4083

hotline 510 433-9446
volunteers@fixourferals.org

www.FixOurFerals.org

“Fix Every Cat You Feed!

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June 17 2014: How You Can Help Our Community Cats This Summer

Summer!  Who doesn’t look forward to all the pleasures this season brings?  Vacations, long days, warm weather, hanging out with friends!

Davie – Cat #8000! 
Photo: Michelle Jewell

And this summer at the Fix Our Ferals Spay-Neuter Center, our staff and volunteers are looking forward to really making a difference for cats and East Bay residents, too!  We’re on a roll!  We just admitted our 8,000th kitty patient since we opened the Center in fall of 2012!  

Summer is an especially busy and rewarding time at the Center.  Kitten Season is still happening, and we’re working on TWO fronts now.  We’re preventing more litters through spay-neuter for adult cats; and, as this year’s kittens become mature enough to be sterilized, we are preventing litters that would be born next fall or spring.

Would you like a summer vacation that
brings health and happiness to others
as well as yourself?  

We can always use your help at the Center!  Learn about the ways you can volunteer, here.

Summer is also a great time to get the word out about TNR and our affordable spay-neuter services!

You can help!

  • Talk to your neighbors about TNR (check out our Top Tips article, below), and

Like to “talk cats?”  We’ll be celebrating Independence Day by promoting TNR and our spay-neuter services from the FOF booth at the El Cerrito WorldOne Fourth of July festival!  Volunteer for a shift — you’ll have a simply meow-valous time hanging out with us!   And you’ll meet lots of cat-loving event-goers who want to know all about strays and ferals and what they can do to help.

As we gear up for summer, I want to extend aHUGE thank to all who have donated to our Prevent-A-Litter (PAL) campaign.  The Margarita Challenge PART TWO will continue to match contributions at 100% through June 20!  We have just a few more dollars to raise to take full advantage of our generous donor’s offer to support our spay-neuter services.  Please consider making a donation that will have twice the impact!

Thank you for helping us help our community cats and kittens in whatever way you can this summer!

Warm wishes,

Heather Lee signature

 

 
Heather Lee
Board President
Fix Our Ferals   

Top Tips for Talking TNR with Neighbors

In a purrfect world, we would all be on the same page when it comes to taking care of our neighborhood cats.  But people who have no knowledge aboutTrap-Neuter-Return (TNR) often want to remove cats to decrease cat numbers.  When talking to your neighbors, be calm, positive, respectful and well-prepared to respond to their questions and concerns.

Here are some of our best recommendations:

1.  Clarify that TNR resolves most unwelcome cat behavior.

Screeching at night, cat fights, and spraying to mark territory are all related to mating, and unfixed cats will quickly overpopulate an area with kittens.  Spay-neuter will bring peace and quiet to your neighborhood.

2.  Explain why simply removing cats will not work. 

Research supports that removing cats creates a “vacuum effect.”  Making space by removing cats will allow other, often unfixed, cats to move in to take advantage of the available food source.   To learn more about the “vacuum effect,” click here.

3.  Stress that TNR works! 

Case studies nationally (and internationally) verify that TNR successfully

AM Ross cats on steps
Photo: Ann Marie Ross

controls the growth of colonies and steadily decreases population size through attrition.

4.  Emphasize how good colony management is good for your neighborhood.  Fixed cats roam less, are healthier, and serve as excellent deterrents to rodents. If your neighbor is concerned about effect on wildlife, simply point out that fewer cats means greatly decreased predation.

5.  Communicate that TNR is the compassionate solution.  Not only will fixed cats live healthier happier lives without outgrowing their ecological niche, but children will learn a kinder way to treat animals.  TNR teaches children to care about all living creatures.

 

 

Carla Paniagua
Photo by Michelle Jewell
“The reason I began volunteering was to help cats, stray or not, have  better lives. Being a volunteer at FOF is the best feeling I’ve had doing something I love.”

– Carla Paniagua, Volunteer

Wish List
Washer top-loading —  new or gently used, prefer “basic” no frills
Gently used  hand towels
Volunteer Clinic Help

Can You Help Us Help Them?    

cat on wall
Photo: Cathy Farrugia

There are many ways to help the cats and people living in our communities by volunteering!

Fix Our Ferals and its over 250 active volunteers continue to work every day to make better lives for ALL East Bay cats through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) assistance, spay-neuter services, and public education.

Click here to find out about our volunteer opportunities!

 

tabby
Photo: Kerry Mehling
 Affordable spay-neuter?  Awesome!”
– 2013 FOF Kitty Patient #4,972

Be a PAL –
Help Prevent-A-Litter
in 2014!

 

Please make a generous donation today! 

 

DonateNow

Click here for other ways you can donate!

Fix Our Ferals is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service
as a Section 501(c)3 non-profit organization, 
ID# 94-3297241.
grey kitty
Photo: Jackie Anderson
 
 
How to Reach Us
FIX OUR FERALS
PO Box 13083
Berkeley CA 94712-4083
hotline 510 433-9446
volunteers@FixOurFerals.org

www.FixOurFerals.org
 
 
“Fix Every Cat You Feed!”

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We’ve Spayed/Neutered over 8,000 Cats at our Spay-Neuter Center!

We sterilized cat #8000 on June 7, 2014, and this cute lucky guy was it!

#8000

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Double your Donation in Honor of Margarita through June 20!

I have two exciting announcements to share with you about our Prevent-A-Litter (PAL) campaignto support our affordable spay-neuter services this Kitten Season!

First, we met our $1,000 PAL/Margarita Challenge grant!  Thanks so much to everyone who contributed — your donations will be matched at 100%, and we’ll now be able to help twice as many cats to have healthy, outdoor lives!

And second, our generous donor who posed the challenge in honor of her little cat, Margarita, wants to help even more!  She was so thrilled by the response, she will donate another $500 – if we can match that amount by June 20th! 

We know we can do it!

Whatever amount you can give, your donation will have twice the impact.  This special opportunity to raise funds could not have come at a better time.  Our Spay-Neuter Center has been really busy this Kitten Season, and we expect to intake many, many more cats in the coming months.

Please join with our medical staff, volunteers, and community — by pulling together, we can give every cat and kitten that comes through our doors, a chance at a good life!

Warm wishes,

 Heather Lee signature

 
Heather Lee
Board President
Fix Our Ferals
“Fix Every Cat You Feed”

Margarita’s Story

The “Challenge” Continues Through June 20!

In April, one of FOF’s wonderful friends posed a generous $1,000 challenge grant in honor of a very special neighborhood kitty named “Margarita.”

“I just lost my little cat Margarita. She came from a colony in South Berkeley where we provided the food, and neighbors in this very low-income building fed the cats for over ten years. Then a new landlord would simply not allow the cats to remain on the property — and do the job they’d always done of keeping the rodents away. So the cats came home with me. In her last months, Margarita, who appeared to be the most feral of the cats, decided that she was a tame cat and purred and loved having her tummy rubbed.”

two cats
Photo: Eileen McGovern

Fix Our Ferals originally got involved with this colony when an older woman in the Section 8 apartment building said she was afraid of cats, but that there were cats that appeared to be starving in the back yard. FOF volunteers trapped and fixed the cats at our high volume clinics, and provided cat food to the woman and her neighbors who cared for the kitties. 

 Spay-neuter is the key to preventing future generations of unowned cats — many of whom would face hard lives.  

Won’t you please join us in honoring Margarita by supporting our affordable sterilization services? Until June 20th, our donor will match up to $500 at 100%!

To donate to the PAL/Margarita Challenge Grant, please click here.  

How You Can Help

Volunteer for Our Spay-Neuter Center 

Help Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)

Help Manage a Colony

Become a Volunteer Phone Screener 
Donate Food to a Colony Feeder
For more information, please contact:

Fix Our Ferals
510 433-9446

Wish List

Washer top-loading —  new or gently used, prefer “basic” no frills
Gently used  hand towels
Volunteer Clinic Help
orange cat face
Photo: Caitlin Costello
 “Hey guys!  Real men 
love spay-neuter!
– FOF Kitty Patient #5,219
Be a PAL –
Help Prevent-A-Litter
in 2014!

 

 

    

 Please make a generous donation today! 

DonateNow

Click here for other ways you can donate!

Fix Our Ferals is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service
as a Section 501(c)3 non-profit organization, 
ID# 94-3297241.

Can You Help Us Help Them?   

Mark Decker - Tim & Tina
Photo: Mark Decker

 There are many ways to help the cats and people living in our communities by volunteering!

Fix Our Ferals and its over 250 active volunteers continue to work every day to make better lives for ALL East Bay cats through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) assistance, spay-neuter services, and public education.

Click here to find out about our volunteer opportunities!

CC two cat faces in cage
Photo: Caitlin Costello
How to Reach Us
FIX OUR FERALS
PO Box 13083
Berkeley CA 94712-4083
 hotline 510 433-9446
volunteers@FixOurFerals.org
www.FixOurFerals.org

“Fix Every Cat You Feed!”

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May 2014

Kitten Season 2014 is now in full swing, and the Fix Our Ferals Spay-Neuter Center staff and volunteers are busy five days a week preventing as many litters as possible.

Now more than ever, affordable sterilization is needed to control the community cat population throughout the East Bay — and make healthy lives for thousands of kitties.

Good news! Our Prevent-A-Litter (PAL)campaign to raise money for our spay-neuter services is already meeting with great success!

Many thanks to you who have already given to our $1,000 PAL/Margarita Challenge Grant that is matching all donations at 100%. We have just a few more dollars to go to take full advantage of this gift. You can still double the impact of your contribution through June 2! Please learn more about Margarita’s story and our wonderful donor who posed the “challenge,” in this newsletter, below.

Thank you to all who donated to Fix Our Ferals through the WeGive Contra Costa fund-a-thon earlier this month. Those generous donations –raised in only 24 hours – will help fix at least 30 cats who would otherwise produce dozens of kittens. And a great big shout out to everyone who helped spread the word about FOF and community cats through this event! Raising public awareness is absolutely key to the futures of our free-roamers.

Whatever amount you can give, every dollar we receive makes a life-saving difference. By preventing litters, you are helping reduce animal shelter intake of unowned cats who would most likely meet with tragic ends.

One cat at a time, we will keep working together to make things right for our neighborhood felines and
our neighborhoods, too!

We are so grateful to be part of a community that cares so deeply about the welfare of our community cats and kittens. Thank you for all you do!

Warm wishes,

 Heather Lee signature

 
Heather Lee
Board President
Fix Our Ferals

 “Fix Every Cat You Feed”
Ginny Pock
Photo: Michelle Jewell

“FOF is a club that the only membership requirement is a love of ALL cats! Meow!” 

– Ginny Pock, Volunteer

Wish List
Washer top-loading — new or gently used, prefer “basic” no frills

Gently used hand towels

Volunteer Clinic Help

Who is Margarita?

And What’s the “Challenge? 

In April, one of FOF’s special friends posed a sensational $1,000 challenge grant.  Pledges received through June 2 to our Prevent-A-Litter (PAL) campaign will be matched at 100%! 

Our wonderful donor, who asked to remain anonymous, extended this challenge in honor of a very special neighborhood kitty named “Margarita.”

“I just lost my little cat Margarita. She came from a colony in South Berkeley where we provided the food, and neighbors in this very low-income building fed the cats for over ten years. Then a new landlord would simply not allow the cats to remain on the property — and do the job they’d always done of keeping the rodents away. So the cats came home with me. In her last months, Margarita, who appeared to be the most feral of the cats, decided that she was a tame cat and purred and loved having her tummy rubbed.”

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Photo: Eileen McGovern

Fix Our Ferals originally got involved with this colony when an older woman in the Section 8 apartment building said she was afraid of cats, but that there were cats that appeared to be starving in the back yard. FOF volunteers trapped and fixed the cats at our high volume clinics, and provided cat food to the woman and her neighbors who cared for the kitties.

Please join us in honoring Margarita by supporting our affordable sterilization services. Not all cats are as lucky as Margarita and her colony. Together, we can help reduce future generations of unowned cats and kittens who would struggle to survive on our streets.

To donate to the PAL/Margarita Challenge Grant, please click here.

Top Tips: 

Spreading the Word about TNR

Mostly likely, you will have an opportunity to Talk TNR with someone who notices you trapping or feeding.  Happens all the time.  Be sure to seize the moment, and tell them why and how you care for stray and homeless cats!

It’s important to have a few facts at your disposal, too.  Four important points to convey are:

1.  TNR works: Research demonstrates that killing cats does not reduce colony size.  In fact, unfixed cats that live nearby will move in to take advantage of new territory and resources.  This well-documented phenomenon is called the “vacuum effect.”

2.  TNR is the right thing to do: As opposed to Trap-And-Kill, TNR is yawning kittenthe humane approach to controlling stray and feral cat populations.  And, unowned cats and kittens will have healthier lives without suffering from continual pregnancies and overpopulation.

3.  TNR improves life for cats, and for people, too:  By fixing local free-roaming cats, there is no more yowling from felines battling for territory and mates.  Thanks to caring feeders, there are fewer cats and kittens suffering from starvation and disease.  Children learn to become compassionate adults by helping to care for free-roaming cats.  TNR makes our neighborhoods better places for all of us.

4.  TNR saves tax dollars:  By practicing TNR, cats do not enter the shelter system, and taxpayers are not billed for animal services to trap, store, euthanize, and dispose of unwanted animals.
Summer is a great opportunity to talk to your neighbors about cats and TNR since many folks are out working in their yards and enjoying the nice weather. Remember that one small conversation can make all the difference for our cats, kittens, and community!

Can You Help Us Help Them?   

3 cats
Photo: Judy Zelver

There are many ways to help the cats and people living in our communities by volunteering!

Fix Our Ferals and its over 250 active volunteers continue to work every day to make better lives for ALL East Bay cats through Trap-Neuter-Return(TNR) assistance, spay-neuter services, and public education.

Click here to find out about our volunteer opportunities!

Photo: Faith Schultz
 
“Life is sweet!
Thank you, FOF, for getting me spayed!”

– 2013 FOF Kitty Patient #4,970

Be a PAL –
Help Prevent-A-Litter
in 2014!    

Please make a generous donation today! 

DonateNow

Click here for other ways you can donate!

Fix Our Ferals is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service
as a Section 501(c)3 non-profit organization, 
ID# 94-3297241.

salem white flowersHow to Reach Us

FIX OUR FERALS
PO Box 13083
Berkeley CA 94712-4083
hotline 510 433-9446

“Fix Every Cat You Feed!”

 

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Trapping Workshop June 22

On Sunday, June 22, we will hold a trapping workshop at the Center at 2:00 PM.  It will last for about an hour.

Please call the Center at 510-215-9300 to make a reservation to give us an idea of how many will attend.

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May 6 2014 ONLY — WeGive Fund-a-Thon Raising Dollars for FOF

From 12:00 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, May 6 (that’s today!), WeGive Contra Costa is presenting a special opportunity to raise as much money as possible in 24 hours for Fix Our Ferals and many other local nonprofits!

Your donation to FOF through WeGive will be matched from a “stretch pool” fund: the match amount will depend on the total that is raised for all participating charities.   And your WeGive donation will also draw attention throughout the Bay Area to FOF and neighborhood cats!

Please consider making a generous donation today through:

http://wegivecontracosta.org/#npo/fix-our-ferals

Contributions are critically needed now to support 
our affordable spay-neuter services 
during this Kitten Season.

You can also help by spreading the word about the WeGive Contra Costa fund-a-thon by posting to your social media and telling your friends and family.

Thank you for caring about all those kitties out there!

Warm Wishes,

Heather Lee signature

Heather Lee
Fix Our Ferals
Board President

“Fix Every Cat Your Feed”

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May 2014 Special Announcement

Volunteers Needed NOW
for the Spay-Neuter Center! 

As the FOF Center grows, we always need new volunteers!  But the need is

volunteers help in recovery
Photo: Michelle Jewell

even more critical during this busy season when we are preventing births for as many cats as we can.

We are looking for volunteers who love and care about cats, who are eager to learn new skills, and who can devote a regular day and time: every week (great!), or every other week.

There are many ways you can help including intake, pre-surgery prep, assisting during surgery, recovery, instrument sterilization, discharge …and even cage cleaning!

volunteer helps in recovery
Photo: Michelle Jewell

Working at our Center is indeed work, not just a pastime, but it also holds many rewards.  You will become part of a team of wonderful, caring folks, whose goal is saving lives and working to end cat overpopulation!  

Volunteer! 

Call Michelle at (510) 712-5879
to schedule a tour of the clinic
and hear details about what job suits you best.

 Photo, left: John McClarry checks a patient’s pulse and heart rate.  

Photo, above: Carla Paniogua and David Smith volunteer in post-surgery “recovery.”

Kerry Mehling
Photo: Kerry Mehling
 “Affordable Spay-Neuter 
Changed My Life Forever!

– 2013 FOF Kitty Patient #4,989
Be a PAL –
Help Prevent-A-Litter
in 2014!

 

 

 

 

Please make a generous donation today! 

DonateNow

Click here for other ways you can donate!
Fix Our Ferals is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service
as a Section 501(c)3 non-profit organization, 
ID# 94-3297241.
Jackie Anderson
Photo: Jackie Anderson
FOF 2014 Calendar: August


How to Reach Us

FIX OUR FERALS
PO Box 13083
Berkeley CA 94712-4083
hotline 510 433-9446
volunteers@fixourferals.org
www.FixOurFerals.org
“Fix Every Cat You Feed!”

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