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Community Cat Care Coalition
About Us
​​What is the Coalition?
The Coalition is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, EIN 82-3090270. It is comprised of individuals and organizations committed to improving the lives of thousands of free-roaming community cats living in Shasta and surrounding counties. It has no paid staff. 100% of the funds raised is devoted to community cat care within the area.

Why does the Coalition exist?
Each day thousands of community cats struggle for survival. They face starvation, abuse, illness, predators and harsh weather. Two breeding cats, plus their kittens and kittens offspring, if not sterilized, can produce 80 million cats in ten years. The Coalition exists solely to solve this growing problem.

What does the Coalition hope to accomplish?
The Coalition hopes to spay and neuter all community cats and offer such services to cat owners who can't afford to sterilize their cat. Using the Trap-Neuter Return strategy, cats are trapped, sterilized and either returned to their colony, moved to a safer area or adopted. Feedings, shelter and foster care are also provided.

How will the Coalition achieve its goals?
Coalition success depends upon volunteers and funding. Volunteers are used for colony identification, trapping, transportation, feeding, sheltering, foster care and veterinarian assistance. Grants, fundraising events and donations cover the cost of supplies and services.

How can the community help?
The community cat colony problem requires immediate attention. The general public, elected officials, veterinarians and local businesses all have a role to play. The Coalition requires funding  for spay and neuter, feeding and fostering. Your help is needed. Please donate today!