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680 Vintage Court
Fairfield, CA USA 94534
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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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100% of donations go directly

to the animals need!

Thank you for your support!

 

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A very special thank you

To the Wells Fargo Foundation

It is with their generosity

we will continue to save lives!

 

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       A very special thank you to

      The student council of

      Nelda Mundy Elementary School

and Ann Story

       They raised over $500 for Scarf

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Kittens will be available for adoption

beginning next month 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 Sparkle ~ She needs a forever home!

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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.