The Rio Linda Feral Help Group is a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to saving the lives of feral cats in Rio Linda-Elverta through assistance with veterinary bills and education about Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR). We can only do what we do in large part because of your generosity.

Donations Are Welcome & Appreciated

With your support, we can continue to maintain healthy colonies and provide some much-needed financial relief to our caretakers. It is up to each of us to ensure that feral and stray cats in Rio Linda, California are given the chance to survive and thrive.

When your beloved pet needs medical care, the solution is simple: you take them to the vet.

But, what about feral and homeless cats?

Every day homeless cats are at risk of injury, infection, and worse, and unfortunately do not receive the medical care they deserve and desperately need. And let’s face it, veterinary care can be expensive!

That’s where the Rio Linda Feral help group comes in. In one year, with thousands of volunteer hours, Rio Linda Feral help group assisted in getting treatment for 120 homeless cats in the Elverta area of Sacramento, California for eye injuries, stomatitis, lacerations, heart issues, wounds, hernias, leg fractures, pneumonia, bite wounds, cystitis, ulcers, prolapsed rectum, and tail/leg amputations. Plus, assisted with the cost of vet office fees, X-Rays, dental procedures, medications, prescription food, vaccines, blood panels, urinalysis, flea treatment, microchips, and more.