Because of the Covid-19 pandemic causing financial hardships for most people along with the OC Shelter being closed to the public and not helping with any spay or neuter services for cats for the last 16 months, Second Chance has exhausted our finances helping residents all over Southern California pay for their pet’s needed veterinary care, paying for emergency care for injured stray cats, as well as paying for the spay & neuter of over 260 cats.
Please help Second Chance continue to be able to help cats and kittens needing medical care by making a donation. Donations are our only source of income and we don’t receive any government or corporate funding. We really need your help to keep doing what we do. Any amount is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
If you find baby kittens, unless they are in immediate danger, please do not touch or move them.
Their Mama is probably close by or has just gone to find food.
Please email email@example.com
so that we can help get the Mama spayed and assist with options for the kittens.
For More Info click - KITTEN SEASON
Second Chance provides food for homeless and stray cats throughout Orange County.
We are alway in need of canned & dry cat food.
Donated Cat Food can be brought to
Petco - 5961 Warner Ave, Huntington Beach
Please mark donations for Second Chance
We know that some of our cats, for whatever reasons — old age, personality, or medical problems — will never be adopted. We cherish these kitties and always want to be able to provide the best for them.
That's why we have the SPONSOR-A-CAT program. You can become a sponsor for just $10 a month. Your donation will help pay to relocate a cat to a sanctuary where they will live cage-free in a safe, protected environment and receive love and attention, along with needed medical care.
To sponsor a cat, please choose one of them from here - SPONSOR CATS
We've all seen them - the cats living in business areas, empty lots behind restaurants, at airports and schools, maybe in your own neighborhood or backyard. Unless spayed or neutered, these cats will continue to breed and reproduce at an astronomical rate.
The only humane way to reduce the feral and stray cat population is to actively Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). This keeps new cats from coming into the area, greatly reduces fighting and spraying behavior, improves the overall health of the cats and DIRECTLY REDUCES THE NUMBER OF ANIMALS BEING EUTHANIZED AT THE COUNTY SHELTERS!
The OC Animal Care Shelter now practices Spay-Neuter-Return (SNR). Animal Control Officers will not trap feral cats; however residents within their jurisdiction can bring feral cats to them to be put into the SNR program. The cats will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and ear-tipped and a non-profit organization partner will then release the cats back into the environment/neighborhood that they were originally brought in from. This is a free service. There is no cost to bring a trapped cat in for SNR.
If you're feeding a stray cat, take it to be spayed or neutered as soon as possible to prevent kittens.
You'll be happy you did!
Please get involved in this worthwhile program. For more information on how you can help or assistance with stray cats in your area, email us at - info@SecondChancePetAdoptions.org
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