Reuniting Fire Cats with Families
WHO: The Recovery Center is where folks looking for their displaced cats go in order to reunite with their feline friends.
WHAT: The Recovery Center serves as a holding area while matchers continue to try to reunite families. Some cats may go into foster homes if they are too stressed at the center. Upon arriving at the center, cats will receive medical care and an exam (if deemed necessary), vaccinations, flea treatment, worming, and a microchip.
WHERE: You can find the Recovery center at 620 Ninth Street, Marysville, CA.
Assessing the Situation
WHO: Trappers bring cats in from the fire zone to the transfer station. From there, they will be assessed and added to our website and to Facebook. In one to three days, our transfer team will take them to the Recovery Center for medical intake and continued reunion efforts. Ferals will be altered, ear-tipped, and microchipped, then released back to their feeding station area.
WHAT: The Transfer Station is where cats are brought for immediate intake and sheltering when they have been rescued.
WHERE: It is located at 5399 Clark Road, Paradise, CA.
Continuing the Search
WHO: Cats who need medical care beyond what we’re able to offer at the recovery center will be transferred to Lincoln. It’s also where we are relocating cats who have been at the RC for at least 30 days.
WHAT: At the shelter, we will continue searching for these kitties’ families, but we realize they may never be reunited.
WHERE: FieldHaven Feline Center is located at 2754 Ironwood Lane, Lincoln, CA.
Finding New Homes
WHO: Cats who are unclaimed will eventually need to move and find new families.
WHAT: We have some great adoption partners to help find new homes for our unclaimed Camp Fire kitties.
WHERE: Nevada Humane Society, Humane Society of Silicon Valley, and San Francisco SPCA.