There are many opportunities available to you through Sacramento Feral Resources. Whether you prefer to work in the field and be “hands-on” or work from your computer and phone to provide assistance, you can help. In addition, if you have experience with socializing, fostering, and/or caring for very young kittens or you would like to become a colony caregiver, we’d like to hear from you.
Triage Response Center – intake and follow-up of reports submitted via the website – have a personal computer, an internet connection, familiarity with Google utilities (browser, drive, and spreadsheets), and general computer skills
Trapping – assist clients with trap and/or transport of feral cats for TNR – need vehicle to accommodate traps – may learn alongside an experienced trapper
Transport – assist clients unable to lift and/or transport trapped cats to TNR Clinics – need vehicle to accommodate traps –may choose to provide transport for feral cats as part of RTF programs - may learn alongside an experienced transporter
Education – inform the public about feral cats and living with them in your neighborhood – provide mediation and conflict resolution between neighbors, management, tenants, and others dealing with feral cats in their neighborhood.
Socialize and/or Foster – help feral kittens pulled from a colony at a very young age become friendly and adoptable – highest need is in spring and summer
Colony Caregiver – feed and care for a feral colony in your neighborhood – monitor cats to ensure that all cats are altered
If you are interested in volunteering in any way to help improve the lives of feral cats in Sacramento, please fill out our online form below. One of our volunteers will get back to within a week with more information. We look forward to hearing from you!