Over our 18-year history, FOF has opened the minds and hearts of East Bay residents to the plight of feral cats, and provided tools for TNR. Our earlier mash-style clinics, staffed entirely by volunteer veterinarians and lay staff, raised consciousness and united caretakers, rescue workers, and medical professionals in the common goal of humane population control. The hundreds of healthy, non-breeding colonies that have resulted are a testament to the success of both FOF and TNR.
The Fix Our Ferals mission is to humanely end overpopulation of cats and dogs in San Francisco’s East Bay. We make spay/neuter accessible and affordable for cats and dogs cared for by the members of the public and rescue organizations. We promote and actively support Trap-Neuter-Return of community cats. We support retaining animals in their homes and keeping them out of shelters by helping their guardians with other than spay/neuter surgeries.
Our staff has over 40 years of collective experience in animal welfare and are dedicated to the health and safety of all animals. Read more about the Fix Our Ferals staff and their commitment to animal welfare and our spay-neuter mission.
Our dedicated Board of Directors has been working tirelessly to ensure that Fix Our Ferals remains an effective and impactful resource for our community. Their wide variety of experience and expertise offers professional oversight in many different areas, including our long-term strategic plan. If you think you have something to offer, consider joining our Board and furthering our cause.