Adopt a cat this holiday season.
Looking for a little companionship this season? Consider a kitten from Community Concern for Cats (CC4C). The organization, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, is notable not just for the many cats it has found homes for over the years but also for its trap-neuter-return program, which fights feral overpopulation.
Weekend adoption locations: Petco in Walnut Creek and Pet Food Express in Lafayette and Pleasant Hill.
Adoption fee for a kitten (adult cats are $75), which pays for spaying/neutering, a leukemia test, deworming treatments, distemper vaccinations, and de-fleaing.
Estimated number of cats CC4C has found homes for since the organization was founded in 1986.
Cats that CC4C has spayed or neutered in that time.
Dollars the organization spends each year on medical services for cats.
For information, call (925) 938-2287, or visit communityconcernforcats.org.