Town Cats

Town Cats is a non-profit volunteer-based no-kill cat and kitten adoption
center/shelter and feral cat advocacy organization dedicated to enriching
the lives of homeless cats and kittens in the south Santa Clara county
through an aggressive rescue and adoption program, TNR (trap, neuter,
return), and public education.

Volunteer Opportunities

Adoption Counselors
Our adoption fairs take place on weekends at pet stores in Morgan Hill and
San Jose. These volunteers will set up for the adoption fair and talk to
potential adopters. Shifts typically last about 4 hours.

Clean Care Volunteers
These volunteers clean cages and feed cats at our adoption sites in Morgan
Hill and San Jose. Shifts usually take around 1.5 to 2 hours and include
cleaning litter boxes, feeding cats, wiping out cages with cleaner,
changing bedding, and giving cats free time outside their cages.

Feral Freedom Drivers
Town Cats is part of a county-wide initiative to help save feral cats.
Volunteers will transport feral cats who have been spayed/neutered from
San Jose Animal Care & Services back to their original colony location.
Volunteers must have a valid driver’s license and a car.

Foster Parents for Cats & Kittens
Foster parents provide short and long-term care for animals in their
homes. By offering time, love and attention, these volunteers prepare
their foster cat or kitten for adoption into a permanent, loving home.

The information above can be found on the official website of Town Cats. For more details about the organization and to find out how you can volunteer, please visit their website:

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