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To alleviate the suffering of stray, abandoned, unwanted and feral cats in Santa Clara County and serve as advocates for all cats. Town Cats has rescued, helped, and adopted out thousands of friendly cats to loving families.

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Is The Feeling Mutual?
Is The Feeling Mutual?
March 27, 2019

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so why not brush up on some ways to show your feline friend that you love them? Here are some ideas to bond with your kitty.

Car Travel with a Cat
Car Travel with a Cat
March 27, 2019

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so why not brush up on some ways to show your feline friend that you love them? Here are some ideas to bond with your kitty.

Cat Deities
Cat Deities
February 2, 2019

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so why not brush up on some ways to show your feline friend that you love them? Here are some ideas to bond with your kitty.

Sweets For Your Sweet
Sweets For Your Sweet
February 2, 2019

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so why not brush up on some ways to show your feline friend that you love them? Here are some ideas to bond with your kitty.

Christmas with the Kitties
Christmas with the Kitties
December 19, 2018

If your cat shows a change in their typical behavior—such as eating less, sleeping more, becoming shy or hiding more, scratching or sneezing more, or becoming much more or less vocal—it might be a sign that your cat could be ill or injured and they should be examined.

Mellie the Master Frogger
Mellie the Master Frogger
November 11, 2018

If your cat shows a change in their typical behavior—such as eating less, sleeping more, becoming shy or hiding more, scratching or sneezing more, or becoming much more or less vocal—it might be a sign that your cat could be ill or injured and they should be examined.