We would love to make such an impact on the feral cat population that we are no longer needed. Maybe someday that will be the case, but for right now the kittens just keep coming.
Today our biggest challenge is to find the funds needed for spaying and neutering. In order to decrease the need for euthanasia, we never release an animal to an adopter until it has been sterilized. It is our hope that someday, no perfectly healthy animal will be euthanized simply because it has no home.
Your donation will be used first for spay and
neuter. After that, it will be used for veterinary care, testing for feline
leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline
immunodeficiency virus (FIV), micro-chipping, vaccinations, food, litter and supplies.
Many of the kittens and cats we take in have neglected conditions that are not life-threatening but do need treatment.
As a nonprofit, we depend on the support of owners and donors to reach our mission. Your generous donation means the difference between life and death for many kittens. We are tremendously grateful for your gift. Thank you so much for donating.