Greek Cats Need Your Help

Greeks's ongoing economic crisis is impacting everyone, including pets and feral animals. Resources are being stretched to the limit and pets that can no longer be cared for are being abandoned to fend for themselves.

Additionally, hundreds of feral cats are reproducting uncontrollably. They are often diseased, malnourished, and starving in the streets.

Your tax deductible donation to Marin Friends of Ferals will enable us to purchase desperately needed medical supplies to begin sterilizing and vaccinating animals in Mykonos for TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) and to implement sustainable feeding programs.

For more information about the ways in which MFF is branching out, please see our recent blog post below!
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  • Thousands of years ago... cats were worshipped as gods.
    Cats have never forgotten this. ~ Anonymous

Recent News

Branching Out

Marin Friends of Ferals is branching out! For 10 years now MFF has advocated, with great success, for humane care and management of Marin’s feral community cats, having rescued over 2000 cats for TNR. But when we’re called upon by individuals and/or other organizations to help fera
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Eagle Scouts Make Feeding Stations

Take a look at this awesome feral cat feeding station. It and 6 others were built for us by Eagle Scout Robert Raffo and his fellow Scouters from Troop 101 in San Rafael. He and his dad designed the structure from photos we sent them. The troop did an excellent job, wouldn’t you
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In Need of Work…

Experienced Mouser Seeking F/T Employment and Lodging   • Shy and reserved • Altered, vaccinated, microchipped • Comfy in a barn, shed, or outbuilding • Needs one square meal a day • No adoption fee! (415) 246-9162 
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Special Kittens Waiting for a Home

When we found Ebony and Harmony on a hillside in Tiburon, living with their feral mom, we couldn’t understand why it was so difficult to trap the kittens. But once we caught them, we learned that both were born with “Small Eye Syndrome.” With underdeveloped eyes, they had limited visi
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MFF 2013 Newsletter

We can summarize 2013 for Marin Friends of Ferals by quoting Charles Dickens: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Here are our best of times: * We continue to trap and rescue feral community cats in Marin County. This year, as of 12/4/2013, we have rescued 278 cats
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Handmade Cat-Ear Beanies Make Great Holiday Gifts

Just in time for the Holidays! Our one-of-a-kind beanies are multifunctional: They help support our TNR efforts while keeping heads warm during this crazy cold spell. We sell our beanies for $20 at the Marin Humane Society, Cat Clinic in Mill Valley and Alto Tiburon Veterinary Hospita
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