Feral Cat Resources
As a group, Mountain House Cat Rescue is making every effort to accommodate those in need within our community.
We offer sites we've found for tips, advise, and places to turn wherever you are. Wiki Definition of Feral Cats
Dublin No-Kill Shelter - 925-803-7040
10 Ways to Help Your Cat Beat the Summer Heat - catster.com
Marin Cat Connection - a 501(c)-3 non-profit dedicated to cat rescue, adoptions and education
Bestfriends Animal Society - Feral Cat Outreach
Best Friends Animal Society runs the nation's largest sanctuary for abused and abandoned animals. Best Friends operates a low-cost spay/neuter program, runs a wildlife rehabilitation center, sponsors a network of members in rescue, provides foster care and humane education, and works with humane gro...
Neighborhood Cats - The feral cat experts
Free download of the most comprehensive feral cat handbook
Kitten Today - Tips, tricks and information on Feral Cats
Karmawell - RescueGroups.com
Get the Free KarmaWell Shop & Support app and turn your everyday shopping into automatic, much needed donations for RescueGroups.org. You Shop + KarmaWell App = KarmaWell Donates!
Feline Medical Center - Pleasanton
Feline Medical Center's goal is to provide compassionate care for you and your cat. We provide a calm, comfortable and quiet environment better suited for cats.
Pets & Pals - Lathrop
Pets & Pals is a no-kill shelter serving the community for more than 20 years.Extremely clean and well managed facilities
Oakland Animal Services - Feral Cat Services
Oakland Animal Services supports trap, neuter, return as a means of controlling the feral cat population.
PetHealth Central - by Sergeant's
FaceBook page designed to offer pet tips and give pet owners helpful information! Let us know your question and we'll get you the answer.
MHFCR is pleased to announce approval
of our non-profit
Mountain House Cat Rescue gladly accepts and appreciates your donation to the cause.
You may contribute in a number of ways: directly with financial contribution; fulfilling wish list items; or even sponsoring vet services for one or more cats.