Our Mission

Feral Freedom Northern California (FFNC) is a non-profit, 501c(c)(3), dedicated to lowering shelter euthanasia rates for feral, stray, and community cats and kittens in Northern California by connecting shelters and community members to transportation, rescue, foster, adoption, and low-cost veterinary services.

Meet the Board


President and Founder

A former software engineer and pastry chef turned vet assistant, Levi brings over three years of experience in cat colony management, foster program management, and medical care for critically ill cats and neonatal kittens. In 2022, Levi founded FFNC to address the issue of cat overpopulation from a higher level and work towards making California a #No-Kill state. Levi currently lives in San Martin with his partner, five cats, and an assortment of other animals, including ducks!


Vice President

Rachel has always been an animal lover, but it was her adoption of Mouse in 2018 that inspired her to start helping with rescue as well. Since then she has TNRed countless cats, socialized dozens of kittens, and fostered more than she’d like to admit. Rachel joined FFNC because she knows that no matter how many cats she may TNR, the only way to fix the problem is through policy change. She lives in Portland with her partner and four cats.



Former Exalted Ruler for Marlton Elks Lodge #2514 and current NJ Elks Southwest District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler, and with a B.S. in Accounting from Rutgers University, Allison brings over 15 years of non-profit, charity and accounting experience. Allison currently lives in New Jersey with her husband, Jack, her newly adopted kitten Pia Rose, and soon her very own colony of honey bees!