Who Is ICRA
MADDIE'S PET ADOPTION DAYS
Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2nd 2013
ICRA is participating in a gigantic weekend adoption event to place all of our foster cats in qualified homes !
Free-of-charge cat adoptions will be offered throughout the weekend at the following locations and times for Island Cat Resources and Adoption (ICRA).
Maddie's Fund® will pay ICRA $500. for each adopted cat and $1,000. for any adopted cat who is 7 years of age or older or any cat who has been treated for certain medical conditions.
Saturday, June 1st
Alameda, 2310 South Shore Center, 11 am - 4 pm
PET FOOD EXPRESS
Alameda, 2661 Blanding Avenue, Noon - 3 pm
Sunday, June 2nd
DOG BONE ALLEY
Alameda, 1342 Park Street, Noon - 4 pm
We will also be responding to email adoption inquiries the week before to provide info about foster cats and to then complete adoption applications Saturday and Sunday, June 1st and 2nd, 2013. Please get in touch with us about the cat or cats you are interested in adopting.
ONLINE 24/7 at icraeastbay.com anytime!
2013 ANNUAL SILENT AUCTION ~ THANK YOU!
Thank you to all our supporters, volunteers, donors and the Elks Club of Alameda for another successful year of fundraising for the cats. See more here.
Island Cat Resources and Adoption (ICRA) is an all volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the suffering of abandoned and feral (wild) cats and to educating and empowering the local community to relieve them from their plight.
We provide low-cost spay/neuter, vaccination, and medical treatment to all of our rescued cats, as well as resources for those in the community who are willing and able to assist their local cats in need.
We provide foster care for our tame or socialized rescue cats until they can be placed into quality permanent homes through our adoption program. Feral and unsocialized cats are released back to their colonies if they present a safe, managed environment under the watchful eye of a caretaker.
We continually strive to educate the local community about the responsible care and treatment of animals. Central to this effort is the promotion of spaying and neutering as the most viable and humane alternative to euthanasia for dealing with a burgeoning cat overpopulation problem.
Do you have a bit of secure outdoor space in your life for a cat or cats in need? Click here to learn more about our garden cats program.