Feral cats are domestic cats, just like pet cats and stray cats. However, feral cats differ from pet or stray cats in that they are not socialized to people. Hissing and growling are defense mechanisms that a feral cat will exhibit when approached by humans.
The East Bay SPCA will spay/neuter feral cats for a $30.00 fee/cat (by appointment only). This fee also includes a rabies and FVRCP vaccine, and an ear notch. Click here for more information about if a cat qualifies for our low-cost feral cat spay/neuter.
To learn more about what you can do regarding feral cats, click here.
Other Resources for Feral Cats: Many organizations are dedicated solely to reducing the feral cat population, and improving the lives of existing feral cats. Below is a list of resources that link out to these organizations.
Fix our Ferals 510.215.9300
Ohlone Humane Society 510-792-4587
SNIP (Spay Neuter Impact Program) 925.473.5027
Feral Cat Foundation 925.829.9098