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ABOUT US

  • 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. 
     

                           

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Please check our petfinder page for up to

to the minute availability of our kitties

  

Click Here

www.petfinder.com

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  Amazon.com Shoppers

To All Amazon.com shoppers

Please click the link below:

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Scarf will receive a .05% donation

with every purchase you make!

Thank you

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Kitten Adoptions are back!

 

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Update on Scooter!

February 20, 2017

From Scooters Mom

Hi Michael

I just saw your message. We are all doing great, thank you!
Scooter is doing fantastic.  He is just absolutely amazing.  He has grown so much. He’s a huge boy now. I’ll send you some pics ASAP, on my kindle right now reading this. I’ll try to get them to you tomorrow.  Scooter loves to play, and eat, and sleep in my bed, lol.   He has to be under the covers or he will pull at them until I let him in.  He also is the sweetest. When he's napping next to one of us he leans over and puts his paw on our faces so gently.   He has had zero health issues and is doing great.  Thanks for messaging,

 Shandra

"A Heartwarming"

Happy Homes Story

 

All About Scooter

Scooter came to his foster home with his 4

siblings at a very young age. They were bottle fed and

hand raised in a loving foster home.

Scooter was special because

he was born with a birth defect of 2 front clubbed feet

and large back feet (6 toes each!)

Finding Scooter a forever home was going to

be challenge. Of course this story has a wonderful

ending. Scooter was adopted into the best possible home.

A little boy spending most of his time in a wheelchair

due to illness saw Scooter's picture on Face Book.

He commented to his mother that the kitty had

the same club feet as him and he would love to adopt

him as his own special companion. Needless to say

the boys mom drove all the way to Fairfield from Fresno

to adopt Scooter for her son. Today the two are inseperable.

At Scarf we believe there is a home for every homeless animal, and in Scooter's case he got the best!

 

We wish them both many wonderful years

of loving companionship!

 

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100% of donations go directly

to the animals need!

Thank you for your support!

 

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Congratulations to Ann Story and the student council

of Nelda Mundy Elementary School

To date, all their efforts have raised over

$1,900.00 for SCARF

Our sincere gratitude on a job well done!

 

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       A very special thank you to

      The student council of

      Nelda Mundy Elementary School

and Ann Story

      For producing the 3rd annual

Pennies for Pups and Coins for Kitties Event

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Beginning May 20, 2017

Kittens available for adoption

at the Pet Club Store in Fairfield

Saturday hours 9am - 4pm

Sunday 10am - 4pm

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SCARF'S

Sponsored "Pets of the Month"

Meet Jaxon ~ He needs a forever home!

And this is Cici

 

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NOW OPEN!

To Solano County

Low-cost

Spay/Neuter Clinic

(see our spay/neuter page for details)

 

 

 

Come visit us soon

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.