Island Cat Resources & Adoption (Island Cat)
About the Organization:
Dedicated to Improving the Lives of Free-roaming and Unowned Cats: Island Cat Resources and Adoption (ICRA) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, working mainly in Alameda and Oakland, California. We are dedicated to improving the lives of free-roaming and unowned cats through spay/neuter, adoption, and community education. Since we began in 1994, ICRA has spayed or neutered over 22,000 cats, found homes for over 3,300 cats, and assisted in getting many hundreds more off the streets and placed in homes through local pet adoption organizations.
We have published a newsletter called the "Catalyst" since 2004!
Proposed Project: Cat Food Drive & Foster Homes needed!
We have two projects:
1) Hold a cat food drive to help raise cat food donations for ICRA volunteers to feed foster cats and feral cat colonies. We gladly accept both dry and wet food.
2) Island Cat is always in need of foster homes. Even if you foster one time, it will make a world of difference for that cat or kitten(s) in helping them make the transition from the street to a forever, loving home. See information on fostering with Island Cat on our Volunteer page here.
Please contact us at icraeastbay.org Thank you!