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Sydney turned 8 years old on May 5 and had her birthday party at a rock-climbing wall on May 8. She is in 2nd grade at a Solano County school.

Sydney decided to donate money to help the Solano Feral Cat Group because:
    "I love animals and especially cats because they're so nice and furry and they're playful sometimes when they're kittens. I like seeing your cute cats and kittens at PetCo they're so cute and I wish I could have one. I only have 3 pets: Izzy, a grown cat; Scout, a 8 year old dog; and Noodles, the 3 year old rat. She is a very nice rat, don't worry. I hope the cats you take care of get really good homes. I hope the money I raised will help the cats find great homes!"

The Animal Helper/Lover,
Your Friend,

Thank you for operating the feral cat program. Although I'm not your typical cat lover, I am happy to be a part of the feral program because it helps to put a end to over-populated cats and to inbreeding that occurs within these colonies, which is not healthy. It's also a chance for these cats to have human contact, if only for a short period of time. Hopefully, they can one day learn to be trusting of those who actually care about their welfare.

Col. William E. Zuerner
USAF, Ret.
Age 96

Clinic Dates

Clinic dates :

 June 1st- Ferals 


Cats are transported to and from their spay/neuter appointments by our volunteers.




DIXON 630am

Clinic Stats

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!

Cat Rescue Award