Distinguished Community Service Organization
We seek to defend those who can't speak for themselves; the canines and felines in our community.
We are dedicated to reducing animal overpopulation, specifically through spay/neuter and education. We also seek to assist in the care and well-being of felines, canines and rabbits in our community.
Partner with the County of Sacramento, Rancho Cordova City Council, Animal Services and other non-profits with similar missions to provide resources for residents to have access to free or very low cost spay/neuter and vaccine services for all pets and homeless animals. Recipient of Community Enhancement Grants 2015-present, Transient Occupancy Tax Grant 2018.
Partner with businesses in the area to provide pet food and other supplies to seniors, homeless veterans and other residents in need.
Cat Core - Sacramento
Actively participate in solving issues involving Community Cat TNR and support within Northern California in conjunction with individuals and nonprofits involved in community cat care.
Care for Community Cats
Continue our TNR (Trap Neuter Return) program and provide food and shelter for homeless cats.
Recent recognition of our work in the community:
Certificate of Appreciation from Kevin Walker, Case Manager, Mather Vets Village, for providing needed service dog food, March 16, 2018
Meals on Wheels - Outstanding Service Award 2017
Recognition in the Grapevine on the front page, March 17, 2017
Distinguished Community Service Organization Award from the Cordova Community Council in 2017
Certificate of Recognition, Jim Nielsen, Senator, March 10, 2017
Certificate of Achievement, Donald Terry, Mayor of Rancho Cordova, March 10, 2017
California Legislature Assembly Certificate of Recognition, Ken Cooley, Assemblyman, 8th District, March 10. 2017 Recognition of
Achievement, Board of Supervisors, County of Sacramento, State of California, 2017