Hungry Cats Need Food!

Hungry Cats Need Food!

Looks at these beautiful, healthy ferals! They are some of the hundreds of cats in Marysville, California we are assisting in our Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) partnership we started in late 2018. They have distinctive ear tips, meaning they’re no longer making babies, annoying people, or having wild sex: they’re now productive members of the community, keeping rodents at bay.

They work at affordable rates, literally working for food. A half cup of kibble a day is all they ask, but they do like a couple of spoonfuls of canned food on special occasions. You can help our volunteer feeders build up the supply of kibble. The cupboards at FieldHaven are pretty bare! We are asking you to make a donation of food to stock the pantry again.

How to Donate

Go to your fave online retailer (e.g. Amazon, Chewy, Walmart, etc.) and order food to be shipped to:

FieldHaven Feline Center
2754 Ironwood Lane
Lincoln, CA 95648

If you prefer the shop-in-person experience, deliver food to one of our three locations:

FieldHaven Feline Center
2754 Ironwood Lane
Lincoln, CA 95648

FieldHaven Marketplace
454 F Street
Lincoln, CA 95648

FieldHaven’s Hathaway Cat Resource Center
630 B Street
Marysville, CA 95901


We’re not fussy and will take any brand in any size, though we prefer Purina Cat Chow if given the choice.

2 thoughts on “Hungry Cats Need Food!”

  1. Crystal Clark says:

    I need help our little farel cat that lives around our place just had a litter of 5 newborn kittens. We watched and waited but She doesn’t seem to be feeding them and they are cold so we put them on some towels and old sheets. We have tried to feed them kitten formula but they do not want to take it. We tried bottles and a suringe but they dont want it. We are scared they will die if we cant find them a foster family because we have no idea what we are doing and we have two dogs that dont like cats. So if you know someone or have a phone number to share with us please do. I did call the yuba co animal shelter but they said all they would do is put yhem to sleep if we brought them in. Please help us. Thank you so much.

    1. FieldHaven Feline Center says:

      Hi Crystal! Thank you for reaching out to us. We have forwarded this information to our Rodent Ranger/TNR Supervisor, Jen Paul.

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