Cat Support Network
Spay/Neuter help for feral, free-roaming and pet cats
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ADOPT A RESCUE FOR THE NEW YEAR!
BRENTWOOD PETCO - SATURDAY/SUNDAY 1-5PM
CONCORD PET FOOD EXPRESS - SUNDAY ONLY 1-4PM
Cat Support Network adopts out hundreds of kittens a year. When trapping feral and free-roaming cats to spay and neuter, we inevitably come across litters of kittens. If there is room in our foster homes, we foster, socialize, spay/neuter, de-flea, de-worm and microchip the kittens, then make them available for adoption. It is our belief that
these innocent little babies deserve a warm, safe, loving, life-long home. It is not fair that they be sentenced to a life of struggling to survive, struggling to find enough food to eat, struggling to find shelter from the cold and rain, struggling against disease and attack from other animals. The life expectancy of a feral cat is 3-5 years.
Please feel free to use the Animal Browse to look at the wonderful cats and kittens that will be available (we will be adding more every day as the kittens grow and are available for adoption). You can even contact their foster to ask questions from the profile pages.
You can also check out our Fosters' Facebook page and keep tabs on the kittens.
CSN is able to help these animals due to a large grant from Maddie's Fund®. Maddie was a beloved Miniature Schnauzer whose unconditional love, devotion, loyalty and spirit inspired her guardians to start a charitable foundation, Maddie's Fund®, in her name. If you would like to know more about Maddie and Maddie's Fund® click here .
SNIP CLINIC AT THE MARTINEZ SHELTER. $15 S/N PLUS VACCINATIONS. FREE ROAMING AND FERAL CATS. ALL CATS WILL BE EAR-TIPPED.
Clinic dates for 2014: February 9, April 13, July 13
Required reservations will be accepted beginning Saturday, January 18 after 9:00 am by calling 925-473-5027 . Space is limited and reservations are assigned to qualifying cats in the order received. SNIP provides services to free-roaming, community cats ONLY in an effort to spay/neuter cats who are not accepted at many veterinary clinics, and at a cost that encourages caregivers to Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) when there is no other humane option except returning the cat(s) outside
Contra Costa County - thank you for making Cat Support Network
our #1 rescue and the one-stop shop for kittens including Siamese, and fluffy long-haired ones.
Our adoption locations:
Brentwood Petco on Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 am to 5:00 pm
¨ 5481 Lone Tree Way - Take Hwy 4 Bypass, exit at Lone Tree
¨ Next to Michael’s Crafts
Concord Pet Food Express on Sunday OPEN 1:00 - 4:00 pm
¨ 785 Oak Grove Road - Take Hwy 680 north, exit at Treat
¨ Next to Trader Joe’s
Benefits of adopting from CSN include: