Due to poplar demand CCAT will be hosting its’ Annual Cat Bingo.
Date: Saturday, September 14th, 2019
Time: 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: ST Lukes’s Episcopal Church-1504 Myrtle St-Calistoga, Ca 94515
Ticket sale: $45 person
To pay online use the purple Donate button and note on PayPal how many tickets you will be purchasing. Mailing ticket payment….mail to: CCAT-PO Box 952-Calistoga, Ca 94515
Thank you for supporting CCAT’s spay/neutering, and relocating Feral cats to rural homes and wineries ranging from Ukiah to Mt Veeder and Napa area. CCAT also supplies daily feeding to colony/community cats in Calistoga, Knights Valley, and St Helena. Community cats are an asset to our environment.
CCAT of Napa Sonoma has been very busy finding homes for feral and semi feral cats. Placing approximately 30 cats in a dozen or so of locations. It is kitten season many will need homes. CCAT is always searching for Barn, wineries, and country homes for placement. They are the best rodent deterrent.
Our stock of traps, cages, and dens have increased in quantity due to the uptick in placement, transportation, and trapping requests.
Please click on the contact button for your kitty needs.
The other day I received an email from one of our members, linking me to a great article in the Wall Street Journal. Unfortunately, as I learned, you have to be a subscriber. So, for any of you who do subscribe, I will include the link at the end of this post so you can check it out.
For the rest of us non-WSJ folk, the article was titled, “The New Must Have Yard Accessory: a Feral Cat”. And the title says it all. It was written by Shibani Mahtani and Joe Barrett and appeared on October 26th, 2016. I actually contacted Shibani for permission to use the article. She was glad that I contacted her and didn’t have a problem, however, I would have to get approval from the WSJ. So, I guess I will just have to tell you about it.
The article mentioned a few cases, or stories, of how feral cats are helping Residents and Business owners in Chicago battle the overgrowing rat population. In fact, the rat problem is so bad that there are waiting lists for feral cats. The stories go on about how the cats take to their new environment and the process of their relocation. And the best part is that it is really working, and thus the demand, or as Shibani stated, a “Must Have Yard Accessory”.
So, if you are dealing with more rats than you would like to see, then please contact us (CCAT) and see if we can help you out by relocating feral cats to your home, office building, or vineyard.
Yes, you are seeing humans! These are CCAT’S Forgotten Feline friends, who taught me so much (the lady in the orange). CCAT has spread their wings reaching out and helping other organizations raise funds for the love of cats. Click to Read More….