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No neuter/spay law can regulate the breeding of feral cats. No city or county agency is structured to humanely reduce the feral cat population. The Solano Feral Cat/TNR Task Force seeks to replicate the extremely successful programs in the city of Berkeley and San Diego County. As those programs have demonstrated, the only effective way to address the overpopulation problem is through an aggressive TNR program.
TNR programs benefit all cats, including domestic cats. Animal control resources that now must be directed toward feral cats could be used to provide shelter and services for adoptable domestic cats. As detailed below, the city of Berkeley and San Diego County have reduced the euthanasia rates for all cats brought to their shelters by about 50% since free spay/neuter clinics for ferals have started in those areas.
Cats are transported to and from their spay/neuter appointments by our volunteers.
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Solano Feral Cat Group has altered:
4,602 feral cats through our own feral cat clinic!
1,516 through our Outreach Program!
We rely 100% on public donations to keep our program running!
Please make a tax deductible donation today!