I have been parking my equiptment at Franks corner in Sebastopol for many years I am usaully involved in wood boat repair 5 to 7 days a week , Every day without fail Laura Comyns has taken care of this colony of cats in the past there has been at least a dozen or more that she has fed and cared for one by one , It has gone from a inbred unheathy group to a very heathy looking , I have a few kittys around the house , I have gotten much advice from Laura that has been very helpful in the well being of these entertaining critters , so on behalf of Uggy , Midnite and the big female calico orphan Jenny we thank you for your service and good work , it has been good knowing you , thanks again, Larry , Love to hear the swing band somtime , take care .
Kitty Committee is an all volunteer organization that improves the lives of hundreds of homeless cats each year. They assist park rangers who find orphaned kittens on ocean beaches by providing foster care, veterinary services and loving homes. They help cat caregivers who lack the funds to provide food or medical care to their colonies. They provide training and equipment to enable local cat lovers to provide the best possible care to feral colonies in their own neighborhoods. They provide support to a local rescue center for FIV- positive cats. The Committee educates school children and the general public on the prevention of cat overpopulation and management of existing colonies.
Kitty Committee's is a small northern California nonprofit established in 2001 in west Sonoma County. Its mission is to help feral cats live healthier lives by trapping, neutering and returning them to their colonies for daily maintenance by caretakers. When adobtable, homes are found. Equipment loans, advice and financial aid are also offered. Kitty Committee's donations all go directly to the cats in the form of food, medicine and shelter.