What does the Feral Cat Coalition do?
We conduct spay/neuter clinics for feral cats. We also help to educate the community about feral cats in order to help improve the lives of these homeless animals.
Is the FCC a shelter for homeless cats?
No, we don't have facilities for long-term care of homeless animals. We focus on reducing the growth of feral cat communities with spay/neuter, thereby helping these homeless cats to lead happier, healthier lives.
How can I find help with feral cats where I live?
If you don't live in the San Diego area, the Humane Society of the United States has a list of feral cat groups on their website (click here). You can search there for groups near you that may be able to help.
Are donations to the FCC tax-deductible?
How do I become an FCC volunteer?
Please contact us via email.
I know of one or more feral cats that need to be spayed or neutered. How do I make a clinic reservation?
Call our message center at (855) FCC-CATS (local calls only, please).
[Page updated October 2013]