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680 Vintage Court
Fairfield, CA USA 94534

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  • 100% of your donations directly benefit the animals in need.
  • SCARF is an all volunteer non-profit 501c3 foundation.
  • Donations are 100% tax deductible.
  • Volunteers provide weekly adoption events in a variety of locations in Solano County. 

Happy Homes Story!


"A Match Made in Heaven"




A match made in heaven! We have all heard these words but for Judy and Sneaky it is real. SCARF volunteer Mabrey Scott introduced them at Pet Smart. Judy walked in and Mabrey knew instantly that Sneaky wanted her.

Mabrey rescues mom cats and their litters from the Municipal Shelter in Fairfield. Her foster home was full when Sneaky & her kittens needed to be rescued. Since Sneaky was such a wonderful mom, Mabrey’s husband offered his bathroom for just one more family.

After the kittens were neutered and spayed they were adopted into great homes. Next Mabrey needed to find the perfect match for Sneaky. Several people were interested but were just not the right fit. Judy was perfect.

According to Judy . . . . Sneaky is the ultimate greeter at the door for all visitors and she helps with the computer by sitting on the mouse! House noises are not a problem for this feline. She loves watching while Judy is vacuuming. If the music is on, Sneaky likes to be picked up and waltzed around the room. “Dancing with the Stars” next season?  Judy says this cat brings lots of joy and life into her home.


We wish Judy and Sneaky

a wonderful life of loving companionship!



100% of donations go directly

to the animals need!

Thank you for your support!



A very special thank you

To the Wells Fargo Foundation

It is with their generosity

we will continue to save lives!







To Solano County


Spay/Neuter Clinic

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A special companion waits for you!

Our Mission Statement

    • To reduce pet overpopulation by providing education, transportation and access to a low cost spay/neuter clinic. 
    • To provide foster homes, lifesaving care and medical treatment for at risk Solano County shelter dogs, cats and kittens. 
    • To place homeless dogs and cats in permanent quality homes which reduces the number of animals euthanized at the county shelters. 
    • To counsel people on the needs and proper care of companion animals.