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ANIMAL COALITION GROUP INC

Our primary mission is to reduce overpopulation of cats and kittens – resulting in less suffering. In seven years a single pair of cats and their offspring produce a staggering 420,000 kittens.

Donations are used to spay and neuter community cats. 

 

To be as effective as possible with donations, The Animal Coalition Group Inc works with partners.

Cat on Counter
Cat on a table
Black and white cat
Cute Kittens
Cat on stone wall
Cat Close Up
Cat Walking
Cat and Dog
Green Eyed Cat
Couch Cat Under Blanket
Cat on a Soft Blanket
Gray Cat

OUR PARTNERS

How It Works

The Animal Coalition Group works with Veterinary Hospitals, Rescue Organizations, and the Martinez Animal Shelter to form a vital network that works together closely towards the goal of spaying and neutering community cats. These entities recognize the importance of controlling the pet population and reducing the number of homeless animals.

 

Veterinary hospitals play a crucial role by providing high-quality veterinary care, including spaying and neutering surgeries. Rescue organizations actively participate by rescuing abandoned and stray animals, ensuring their well-being, and facilitating their adoption into loving homes when possible. The Martinez Animal Shelter offers a secure refuge for animals requiring assistance and contributes to the community by promoting spaying and neutering, as well as sharing valuable knowledge with rescue organizations and veterinary hospitals.

 

Through collaboration and coordination, these organizations address the issue of overpopulation, reducing the strain on resources and improving the overall welfare of animals. Together, they create a positive impact in the community and ensuring a brighter future for all animals.

Rescue Organizations

Veterinary Hospitals

Martinez Animal Shelter

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OUR PARTNERS

How It Works

The Animal Coalition Group works with Veterinary Hospitals, Rescue Organizations, and the Contra Costa County Animal Services to form a vital network that works together closely towards the goal of spaying and neutering community cats. These entities recognize the importance of controlling the pet population and reducing the number of homeless animals.

 

Veterinary hospitals play a crucial role by providing high-quality veterinary care, including spaying and neutering surgeries. Rescue organizations actively participate by rescuing abandoned and stray animals, ensuring their well-being, and facilitating their adoption into loving homes when possible. Contra Costa County Animal Services offers a secure refuge for animals requiring assistance and contributes to the community by promoting spaying and neutering, as well as sharing valuable knowledge with rescue organizations and veterinary hospitals.

 

Through collaboration and coordination, these organizations address the issue of overpopulation, reducing the strain on resources and improving the overall welfare of animals. Together, they create a positive impact in the community and ensuring a brighter future for all animals.

Rescue Organizations

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Veterinary Hospitals

Contra Costa County Animal Services

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