Projects

Over the years, FieldHaven Feline Center has partaken in a number of projects, ranging from TNR missions to community outreach and education endeavors to crisis relief. We are proud to assist in life-saving efforts in Northern California!

Meowysville: TNR the Town

TNR the Town

2018 – Present

We’ve partnered with the town of Marysville, California to assist in the trapping, releasing, and spaying/neutering of their large feral and stray populations.

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A black and white cat recovered from the Camp Fire.

Camp Fire Recovery

2018 – 2019

The Camp Fire was the most destructive wildfire in California history, with the town of Paradise mostly destroyed. We recovered pets of all varieties and reunited hundreds with their owners.

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Champy, a grey and white cat rescued from the September 60 project.

September 60

2014

In late September, 2014, nearly sixty cats and kittens from a single neglect case were surrendered to FieldHaven Feline Center.

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An exterior view of the FieldHaven shelter.

New Shelter

2011

In April 2011, FieldHaven Feline Center opened its new shelter with the support of the community, a grant from Petco, and our hardworking team of staff and volunteers.

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A tabby cat rescued from the Regency Park project.

The Regency Park Project

2008

Sacramento’s Regency Park, a mobile home park, was slated for demolition and populated with an estimated 50 to 70 feral cats. FieldHaven rescued the felines.

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A tabby kitten rescued from Operation: Amoruso.

Operation: Amoruso

2007

Generations of unaltered cats were found living off Amoruso Way in Lincoln, California, which required the assistance of FieldHaven’s TNR and SNAP expertise.

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An orange kitten rescued from Project Orange.

Project: Orange

2006

Three girls find a mother cat and her kittens. FieldHaven provides supplies and community education.

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