Here is a list of contact information. Please only email the following addresses if you have a question/comment that is appropriate for that specific email address. Please do not email us asking us to take cats or kittens. We truly do wish we could take in all the homeless cats and kittens of Bakersfield but we are over run. If you would like our tips on what to do with a homeless kitty, click here. The tricks listed on that page are the same exact response we would send you if you asked us to take cats, or if you wanted tips on how to find a home. We are trying very hard to move cats out of our system. 

If you have cat questions, please email:   AlisaD@TheCatPeople.org

Do NOT email asking us to take cats or kittens. We are full and do not have enough foster homes.

If you are looking to adopt a cat, please email:   Adoptions@TheCatPeople.org

If you are looking to be a member, or have questions about membership, please email:   ShelleyA@TheCatPeople.org

If you are having a tech issue with the website, or have a website related question, please email:   CourtneyC@TheCatPeople.org

If you are interested in volunteering, please email:   CourtneyC@thecatpeople.org 

If you have questions about the office/shop location, please email:   MarleenF@TheCatPeople.org

If you have questions about donations, please email:   BarbaraH@TheCatPeople.org

For public relations please contact: Courtneyc@TheCatPeople.org

You can find us on facebook:   www.facebook.com/thecatpeople

 

Phone Number:  (661) 327-4706

Mailing Address:  PO Box 13610, Bakersfield,  CA93389

Mr. Lake rests comfortably in his foster home, He was dumped at Hart Park, completely declawed and defenseless. When The Cat People found him he was covered in foxtails; they were even in his mouth. After a couple surgeries he recovered and is a very happy kitty now!

Mr. Lake rests comfortably in his foster home, He was dumped at Hart Park, completely declawed and defenseless. When The Cat People found him he was covered in foxtails; they were even in his mouth. After a couple surgeries he recovered and is a very happy kitty now!