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Community Concern for Cats is an all-volunteer cat rescue organization that strives to make a positive difference in the lives of homeless and abandoned cats in Contra Costa County. This is your local community resource and information center for homeless and free-roaming cats. We rescue, spay/neuter, medically rehabilitate, and help to find them safe and loving homes. You can make a difference by fostering, adopting, and donating to CC4C. If you need assistances, you may also leave a voicemail on our CC4C Hotline at 925-938-CATS (2287), which is checked several times per week.
Weekend Adoptions in Walnut Creek & Martinez
CC4C has a Weekend Pop-Up Adoption Site open every Saturday & Sunday 1-4 PM, near our Rescued Treasures Thrift Store in the San Miguel Shopping Center, 1250 Newell Avenue, Unit H, Walnut Creek — near Dunkin Donuts. Adoptions are also held at Pet Food Express, 500 Center Avenue, Martinez, on Saturdays 2-4 PM, EXCEPT the 3rd Saturday of the month; text Lea at 707-372-1841 for questions regarding only the Martinez site.
Reminder: Adoptions are no longer being held at our old adoption sites: PETCO in Walnut Creek and Pet Food Express in Lafayette and Concord.
Remote Home Adoptions:
If you are interested in a particular cat, please contact the sponsor/foster listed on the cat’s posting directly. Or email [email protected] with the cat(s) you are interested in, your contact information including City of residence, and what you are looking for in a cat. You can download and complete an Adoption Application.
Pet Food Express has launched a new way to donate to our organization directly. You will SUPPORT our work with 4% of every purchase coming back to us. To help make this a success SHARE the link with your friends!
Contra Costa residents can be good Samaritans by providing life-saving medical care for homeless and abandoned cats in their neighborhoods through the 7th annual “Holiday Giving Tree” fundraiser sponsored by Community Concern for Cats, a local 35-year-old-cat rescue organization. All funds raised will support CC4C’s cat hospital in Clayton which provides spay/neuter surgery to help […]Read More
Bay Area Sees Population Explosion Of Feral Cats; Pandemic Hinders Spay/Neuter Efforts By John Ramos December 6, 2021 at 6:47 pm https://cbsloc.al/3rIayZe CONTRA COSTA COUNTY (KPIX 5) – The Bay Area is experiencing a population explosion of feral cats, and experts say efforts to spay or neuter the animals has become more difficult due to the […]Read More
Our 7th annual HOLIDAY GIVING TREE fundraiser supports our Clayton Cat Hospital which provides life-saving medical care including spay/neuter surgeries, and everyday medical services including setting broken bones, helping injured eyes, treating infections, and reducing the pain and suffering so many homeless and abandoned cats and kittens experience. We also give kittens a healthy start […]Read More