See our adoption hours starting in mid September 2021: For Walnut Creek, adoptions are Saturday and Sunday, 1-4 PM in Walnut Creek at our adoption site at 1250 Newell Avenue, in the San Miguel Center, located diagonally across from Whole Foods. For adoptions at Pleasant Hill Pet Food Express and Martinez Pet Food Express, adoptions […]
Our April photo contest is back! Enter April 1 – 30, 2021 Would you like to see your cat as our Facebook profile photo by helping cats and kittens in need? Enter our photo contest! Here’s How to Enter: 1) Visit our CC4C Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CommunityConcernForCats 2) See the photo contest post at […]Cat photo contest
You will find them in rickety sheds, near restaurant dumpsters, in dark parking lots trying to find the injured cat or kitten that some good Samaritan has called in about. Those are the members of Community Concern for Cats, an all-volunteer, 34-year-old cat rescue organization which rescues homeless and abandoned cats from neighborhood streets. Contra […]Holiday Giving Tree
CC4C held our first cat adoption weekend of the year on January 2 and 3, 2021, after many months of conducting cat/kitten adoptions in our foster’s homes, due to practicing good health safety measures during COVID-19. Adoptions proved a huge success with 12 cat adoptions at our popup store, and 5 adoptions in fosters’ homes. […]cat adoptions
How do we do adoptions virtually? Many of our cats and kittens are featured on the Adoptions/Available Cats section of this website. First step is to contact the sponsor listed on the pet profile. Fill out the Adoption Application and email to sponsor Next steps are to exchange emails and phone calls to determine […]Weekend Adoptions Are Back!
Community Concern for Cats operates a thrift store, Rescued Treasures. All the proceeds go directly to helping homeless cats in Contra Costa County! Location: 1270-I Newell Avenue, Walnut Creek Phone: (925) 937-3201 Store Hours: Store hours have changed during Covid-19 to: Monday – Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM. Closed Sunday. Donation days & hours: Monday […]
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 Page. The fundraiser netted this local all-volunteer cat rescue organization, $300. Pipey and Orange’s […]Photo Contest winner
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 homes. In this holiday season, we want to share a few of the family moments […]2019 Holiday Newsletter