The Homeless Cat Network makes it their mission to help cats and kittens in need on the San Francisco Peninsula.
Among their efforts, Homeless Cat Network cares for the beautiful cats in a managed colony on San Francisco Bay. The Project Bay Cats volunteers know the cats, their personalities and their relationships with one another, and have documented the loving relationships between and among the cats.
While the colony is managed in place, the volunteers try to find homes for those cats they think will do well living indoors. So far, over 100 cats from the colony have been adopted.
The new video seen here recaps this past year in the life of the community of the Bay Cats. There was happiness, fun, and catnip. There were added comforts and conveniences, and new volunteers. There were friendships, examples of true love, adoptions, medical needs addressed, passings, and all that you’d find in any community over the course of a year.
Our earlier post, Bay Cat Buddies, , from November 16, 2013, shows the loving relationships demonstrated by the Bay Cats.
2013 Project Bay Cat Yearbook: