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Peninsula CatWorks is a non-profit all-volunteer group dedicated to
decreasing the number of homeless cats and kittens.

The photos below show the community cats who need homes.
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Click on any picture to find out more about a cat.
  • Alice
    Alice
  • Allegra
    Allegra
  • Blondie
    Blondie
  • Fantastico (Tico)
    Fantastico (Tico)
  • Lili
    Lili
  • Mau
    Mau
  • Megs
    Megs
  • Sid
    Sid
  • Sweetie
    Sweetie

In order to support our mission, we offer the following services and support:

Spay/Neuter Program

Many homeless cats and kittens end up in shelters or are euthanized because there are not enough suitable homes. PCW strongly believes that all cats should be spayed or neutered even those cats who are indoor only. It is possible for an indoor only cat to escape and if it is not spayed/neutered then the result could be kittens. More information on spay/neuter services.

Feral Cat Support

It has been demonstrated time and again that a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program is the best way to control the homeless cat population. Cats are humanely trapped, neutered and then returned to the colony where one or more caregivers coordinate daily feeding and monitoring in case any of the cats requires medical attention. The TNR program stabilizes the colony and the cats live out their lives in peace.

We are looking for volunteers to help feed feral cat colonies and to help with TNR. If you can help, please call (650) 329-9570 or e-mail: info@peninsulacatworks.org. We also accept donations of cat food. Please call (650) 424-1901.

Our volunteer trappers can teach you how to catch homeless cats using humane traps so you can get them spayed/neutered at one of the low cost clinics. We can even loan you a trap.

Need to Rehome Your Cat?

No longer able to care for your cat? We understand that there are reasons you can no longer care for your cat. You are moving and your landlord doesn’t allow cats? You can no longer afford the expenses needed to care for your cat. You become sick or disabled making it difficult to care for your cat in the best way possible. If for some reason you are no longer able to keep your cat, please contact us. We are more than happy to talk with you about options. One of the options may include listing your cat on the Community Cats Gallery. To list your cat, please complete this form. Prospective adopters will send an application to you.

Adopt a Community Cat

Interested in adopting a cat? Consider adopting a cat from our Community Cats Gallery. Often these cats are currently in a home but the owner is no longer able to care for them. Community Cats can be the most loving and the sweetest because they have been cared for in loving homes. One of the benefits of adopting a Community Cat is the owner can tell you about the cat's personality and unique qualities.

Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR)
Community Cat Listing Request
Referrals