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East Bay Cat Rescue & Advocacy Fund


The East Bay Area Cat Rescue Fund features organizations throughout the SF Bay Area that support various cat rescue and advocacy initiatives. Through their advocacy and on the ground efforts, these East Bay organizations promote cat advocacy and rescue, TNR (Trap Neuter Release) efforts for feral cats, public outreach and education, and more!

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Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society


Berkeley Humane serves the people and animals of our community by providing life-saving programs for cats and dogs, cultivating compassion, and strengthening the human-animal bond.


Because the well-being of animals reflects the well-being of our community, we engage minds, hearts and hands to provide care for dogs and cats in the East Bay.


Respect, Care & Community.

East Bay SPCA

The East Bay SPCA is committed to the welfare of cats and dogs in the communities we serve. We strive to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals.

We envision an East Bay Community where every cat and dog has a home and is treated responsibly and with compassion.

Saving Lives since 1874

Compassion - We value animals and people
Collaboration - We value working as a team with agencies, both public and private, to achieve a similar goal
Innovation - We value being leaders in animal welfare
Stewardship - We value our resources and those who support us
Lives - We value the lives of the animals in our care and in our community

Cat Town

Cat Town's mission is to transform the approach to saving shelter cats, reducing euthanasia nationwide. Our focus is to find great homes for cats who are considered unadoptable in the traditional rescue model.

Our focus is to find great homes for cats who are considered unadoptable in the traditional rescue model. While most rescue organizations support their local shelter by focusing on confident cats who are easily adopted, Cat Town focuses on the elderly, under-socialized, stressed, and sick or injured cats who would otherwise be killed. The Cat Town model proves these cats are highly adoptable, and has helped reduce the euthanasia rate at Oakland Animal Services, Oakland’s municipal shelter, by over 70% since 2011.

Friends Of Oakland Animal Services

Founded by Oakland Animal Services volunteers in December 2005, FOAS was created to support the municipal shelter's efforts to better care for thousands of animals each year in the face of Oakland's ongoing budgetary challenges. Our mission is to provide homes, health, and happiness for Oakland's homeless animals. Support us at

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