Nisha Chauhan’s photo of her cats Pipey and Orange is the winner of Community Concern for Cats’ April photo contest! Out of 20 entries, Chauhan’s won by having the most viewers “LIKE” her photo on Community Concern for Cat’s Facebook … 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.
Due to COVID-19, we are not holding adoptions at our regular store adoption sites until further notice. However, adopting a cat may be possible. If you are interested in a particular cat and wish to visit that cat, we recommend contacting the sponsor/foster listed on the cat bio page directly. Or you may email us at [email protected] with your information, what you are looking for in a cat, and which cat you are interested in. In your email, include as much personal information as you possibly can, such as, what city you live in, the number of pets you have already, your history of pet ownership, other people living with you and if there are children and their ages, whether you rent or own, and why you wish to adopt a cat now. You can download and complete an Adoption Application in advance by visiting our Adoptions/Adoption Process page or you can complete it when you talk with us about about adopting. Please note that not all cats are up on our website, so if you are looking for a particular cat, please let us know – or note the color, gender, age you are looking for, and we will put it out to our membership.
To see the cats and kittens we currently have up for adoption, go to Adoption / Available Cats. Then contact us. Thank you for your patience through this new process.
COVID-19 and Pets
Read what the Center for Disease Control and Prevention says about COVID-19 and pets: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/animals.html
WE ARE FAM-I-LY! Like every family, we nurture the vulnerable ones, feeding and healing those who’ve been starving and hurting on the streets, and teaching the untamed kittens the social skills that will send them on their way to loving … Continue reading →Read More
Come visit our 2018 Holiday Giving Tree at our upscale thrift store, Rescued Treasures, located at 1270 Newell Ave in downtown Walnut Creek. From now until December 31st, shoppers can purchase an ornament for various donation amounts to hang on … Continue reading →Read More
Here is a list of our current and upcoming new fundraisers: Facebook Photo Contest Fundraiser on April 1 – 30, 2018 On April 1-30, 2018 Community Concern for Cats is running a photo contest and fundraiser on our Facebook page. … Continue reading →Read More
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 reading →Read More
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