Peninsula Fix Our Ferals

Peninsula Fix Our Ferals, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Serving San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties

See below for the date of the next clinic scheduled in Milpitas at Humane Society Silicon Valley (www.hssv.org)

Reservations for cats - call 408-262-2133 Ext. 108
Email us at info@peninsulafixourferals.org
CLINIC DATES in 2013: Jan 6, Feb 3, March 10, 24, April 28, May 19, June 9, 23, July 7, 28, Aug 11, 25, Sept 29, Oct 6, 20, Nov 3, Dec 8
every kitten deserves a home - help end overpopulation

Peninsula Fix Our Ferals has offered free spay/neuter clinics for homeless cats in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties since 2004. We are based on Fix Our Ferals of the East Bay which has spayed and neutered more than 10000 cats since 1998!

As of April 19th, 2009, our clinics are in a joint partnership with Humane Society Silicon Valley in their new home in Milpitas. We are now offering 1 to 2 clinics each month. We are excited to have this partnership and to expand our education and outreach efforts for feral cats.

Chances are there are feral and stray cats in your neighborhood. Let us help you control and reduce their numbers using the cruelty-free strategy of trap/neuter/return — the only method that succeeds.


Trap-Neuter-Return Workshops

Are their homeless cats in your neighborhood or at your workplace? Learn how you can help through Trap-Neuter-Return, the only proven humane and effective way to care for them while reducing the number of cats on our streets and entering our local shelters. Join us for expert advice and tips on TNR and caring for homeless cats.

Please visit www.hssv.org to sign up! Space is limited.

  • Classes are held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:00-7:30pm at

    HSSV's Animal Care Center at

    Humane Society Silicon Valley, 901 Ames Avenue, Milpitas, CA 95035

    408.262.2133

  • Presented by Peninsula Fix Our Ferals and Humane Society Silicon Valley

    Clinic Sponsors:

  • Go to Our Sponsors, Vets, and Supporters section to see who our wonderful sponsors are!
  • Our newsletters:

  • See our Winter 2009 newsletter.
  • See our Fall/Winter 2008 newsletter.
  • See our Spring 2008 newsletter.
  • See our Fall 2007 newsletter.
  • See our April 2007 newsletter.
  • See our October 2006 newsletter.
  • See our June 2006 newsletter.
  • Our donation form:

  • Donate using this form.
  • Why spay and neuter feral cats?

    Do it for yourself

    • Stop feeling guilty about the misery of too many cats, and the growing numbers of mouths to feed.
    • Be a neighborhood hero: Set an example and help teach our children a kinder way to treat animals.

    Do it for the cats

    • They will be healthier.
    • They will stop fighting, yowling, and spraying.
    • They will stop having sickly unwanted kittens.
    • Their numbers will decrease.

    Do it for your neighbors

    • They will find less and less cat poop in their yards.
    • They will see fewer cats each year.

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