Additionally, SSC has been working for nine years in Siskiyou County to reduce the enormous feral cat population by practicing TNR; trap, neuter, release. Feral (community) cats are humanely trapped, transported to the vet to be spayed (female), neutered (male) and returned to their colony. SSC provides healthy food daily to several feral cat colonies as well as shelters to protect them from inclement weather.
Every feral cat that is altered also receives treatment for the prevention of fleas, ear mites, and intestinal parasites. Every altered feral cat also receives a rabies vaccination. SSC firmly believes in maintaining the health and well being of feral cats. Feral, or community cats as they are commonly referred to now, come in regular contact with outdoor house cats. By taking steps to protect the health of the community cat population it also ensures the health of the outdoor pet cat population.
If you need assistance with the altering of a pet or a feral cat, please contact Nicole at 510-517-2602.