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14 cats Saved from Euthanasia in High Kill Shelter

By coast cat / December 21, 2019 /

August 17th, 2019 Whenever we receive a desperate call, our rescue instincts go into high gear. No matter where that cats in need are, we consider all things and do our best to make sure we can safely take in more cats. This call stuck out to us… A rescue was seized It’s painful to…

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Sweetpea, 2013

Our Story: How it all Started

By coast cat / December 14, 2019 /

How it all Started: Sweetpea’s Sanctuary By: Alanna Zipp (Volunteer Executive Director) Valerie and I always had cats. In fact, we had fostered kittens from our local shelter when I was growing up. But it wasn’t until we moved to Fort Bragg that either of us got seriously involved with cat rescue. We started out…

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The Next Journey into TNR

By coast cat / July 16, 2019 /

Yes this is part two. It is late, I know. Here is the deal. There are all of TWO of us who actually go out and trap these days. Yes. Two. And me who is writing this isn’t even the main one. I spend most of my time ensuring Coast Cat Project continues to exist…

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A Journey into TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return)

By coast cat / July 9, 2019 /

This week we will be working on one of our largest and most challenging cat colonies, mainly due to the distance from us and logistics of getting cats fixed there. The Anderson Valley, which only receives mobile veterinary services such as the Care-a-Van, is an underserved area for community cats. But, lets start from the…

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Coast Cat Project Furthering Mission

By popemaster / May 6, 2019 /


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It’s Kitten Season

By popemaster / July 20, 2018 /

Yes, there is a “Kitten Season,” and it’s happening now!  Kitten season sounds adorable, and in many ways it is, but it’s also a bit terrifying. Every year between March and September, hundreds of kittens are born in Mendocino County, if not thousands. Although Fort Bragg is fortunate to have a no-kill shelter, there are…

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