Adopt love in the form of our bonded brothers Cheez-it and Colby. These handsome tabbies will delight you with their kitten wrestling, people snuggling and active purring. They will entertain you as they wrestle and roll around and their loud … Continue readingRead More
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 in northern California. 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 assistance, you may Contact Us or leave a voicemail at 925-938-CATS (2287), which is checked several times per week.
Weekend Adoption Sites
Preview our available cats online or visit one of our three adoption sites:
Walnut Creek CC4C Cat Adoption Site, 1250 Newell Avenue, Unit H, Walnut Creek Sat & Sun 1-4 pm.
Walnut Creek Pet Food Express, 1388 S California Blvd, Walnut Creek, Sat & Sun 1-4 pm.
Martinez Pet Food Express, 500 Center Avenue, Martinez, Sat 2-4 pm (except the 3rd Sat of the month); text Lea at 707-372-1841 for questions regarding this site.
[Update: Adopted!] Brioche is a sweet, calm, cooperative kitten. He will sleep on your lap, entertain himself, get along with kids and play well with others. Bring this little tabby into your life by contacting Renee at [email protected]. Community Concern … Continue reading →Read More
[Update: Adopted!] Sprinkles has had a challenging kittenhood that ended up with her taking refuge at the WC Axe Hardware Garden Center. She appointed herself the official greet and loved visiting with the staff and customers. They would have kept … Continue reading →Read More
When Pip was a wee kitten, he was seen living in an overflow storm drain in an apartment complex. People would see Pip jump in and out of the drain for shelter. Some neighbors would leave food for Pip, but … Continue reading →Read More