An important new bill was recently proposed by Senator Steve Glazer (D-Orinda) in California, SB 1305, which would make it legal for first responders to give mouth-to-snout resuscitation to animals during rescue efforts. SB 1305 is co-authored by Assembly members Catharine Baker, R-Dublin; … Continue readingRead More
If you need to reach us about an important matter, our CC4C Hotline is 925-938-CATS (2287) for a message. Our hotline is checked several times per week.
Save $25 on adoption fees and find your perfect cat at the Community Concern for Cats’ Valentine Party this weekend, February 10-11, from 1 – 4 pm, at our three adoption sites in Lafayette, Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek. It’s … Continue reading →Read More
Contra Costa residents can help improve medical care for homeless cats through the “Giving Tree” currently decorating the window of Rescued Treasures Thrift Shop in Walnut Creek. This delightful upscale resale store supports Community Concern for Cats (CC4C), a 31-year-old, … Continue reading →Read More
CC4C is participating in #GivingTuesday tomorrow on our Facebook page! In honor of Giving Tuesday, Facebook and The Gates Foundation will match up to $50,000 per nonprofit on Facebook and $1,000 per fundraiser or donate button on Facebook! So now is … Continue reading →Read More
CC4C Participates in Walnut Creek’s 2017 Festival Twilight Parade – Winning 1st Place for Best Non-Profit
Community Concern for Cats’ participated again this year in Walnut Creek’s 81st annual Walnut Festival at the Twilight Parade, and took top prize for best non-profit! CC4C members, volunteers, and member’s friends and family joined together to proudly march down … Continue reading →Read More
The Hill’s Food, Shelter & Love® program is contributing to Community Concern for Cats’ new veterinary clinic in Clayton. Hill’s has donated Hill’s kitten and cat food to our new clinic as well as for our adoptions. Thank you Hills! … Continue reading →Read More