Our vision is to have a community where no kittens are born wild on the street, no cat  capable of living in a home is lacking one, and no feral cats are wanting for food, water,  and appropriate care and concern.

Thank you, SpaySA 

Established in 1997, SpaySA was THE spay/neuter clinic for feral cats for the longest time. SpaySA was such a popular clinic to utilize for feral cat surgeries, frequent trappers all knew each other and would go to breakfast after dropping off cats for surgery. When SpaySA moved from Laredo to W. Commerce, SAFCC even had our own "Feral Entrance" in back so trappers would not have to wait in line at the general entrance! Best of all, trappers were able to get their cats in for surgery as SpaySA was a high-volume clinic. It was a sad day in the cat community, when SpaySA closed its clinic doors in March, 2016. They continued to support SAFCC by funding Spay/Neuter surgeries for our adoption program and for mass trappings in conjunction with the SNAP mobile unit. On Dec 31, 2019, SpaySA closed their doors for good. They were an integral part of helping San Antonio reach No Kill status and will always be remembered as one of the first feral-friendly clinics. 
Annual Christmas Bazaar

SAFCC had a successful, fun event in December for our annual Christmas Bazaar! Thank you so much to all who stopped by to shop and visit, and to those vendors that contributed a percentage of the day's proceeds to SAFCC. From this event, we raised $4,503! Proceeds from this fundraiser will support the efforts of our Community Cat Adoption Program to get more friendly cats and kittens off the street, and our Spay/Neuter subsidy program, which supports the TNR of community cats.
Giving thanks for Giving Tuesday

Every year, we ask our supporters to give of their time, money or voice on #GivingTuesday, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year, our supporters gave in a big way. At the end of day, SAFCC received $3,101.46 from 51 donors! These funds will go towards supporting our Cat Crisis Fund, that helps with vet care to treat sick or injured outside cats; and Feral Food Program, which provides food aid to colony caretakers who are unable to provide for their cats themselves. Thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts for this support!
Cold weather is coming!

In the cold winter months cats will often seek out any warm space they can find, sometimes in the cozy confines of a warm car engine. Unfortunately, cats that seek shelter under the hoods of cars can be injured or killed when that car is started. Help keep neighborhood cats safe this winter! 

Before starting your car, give a little pound on your hood, slam the car door, or honk your horn to warn or wake up any sleeping cats in your engine. Make sure you've made plenty of noise and be sure that any cats have had time to run away. Cats can tuck themselves into the tightest of spaces and may need a little extra time to wiggle out. By following these precautions you can help keep cats safe during the cold weather months.

Petco Photos with Santa 

Thank you to all that stopped by our Petco Photos with Santa! This event was a fundraiser for our Community Cat Adoption Program. Our CCAP volunteers took pictures of pets and Santa throughout the month of December at select Petco stores. For participating in the event, SAFCC received a guaranteed donation amount from The Petco Foudation and the additional revenue from each photo! These funds will benefit CCAP and will support our fosters' efforts to rescue friendly cats and kittens off the street! Thank you so much!

SAFCC Cat of the Month: Rocky

Meet Rocky, a delightful, gray and white, male, tabby adult. Rocky was dumped in a neighborhood sick with a bad cold. He had  mange, was underweight, and unloved. Fortunately for Rocky, he had been abandoned in the driveway of a SAFCC adoption program foster! The foster took Rocky in and after months of intense treatment, Rocky has turned into a handsome, healthy, cat, however he is FIV positive. Rocky has trained his staff to brush him daily as is expected of his majesty. Rocky's favorite times of the day are meal times. He thoroughly enjoys his food and is so grateful. He is a playful, vocal boy who can entertain himself if you are away. Rocky is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and ready for his forever home. For more information about Rocky, contact his foster mom Susan HERE
For all of our adoptable cats, please visit our PetFinder page HERE.
Help us continue to do this important work for our city! Please donate  HERE .
Helpful Links:

San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition | (210) 877-9067 | info@sanantonioferalcats.org   sanantonioferalcats.org