If you appreciate the work we do on behalf of abandoned cats, and would like to help, please contact us.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for homeless cats and kittens by placing them in loving homes, or trapping, neutering and returning (TNR) those that are shy or wary of humans.
Here's where YOU come in. If you love cats and can spare an hour or two out of your day, or if you're not quite ready to commit to adopting, consider fostering a cat or kitten. If you can foster for a few weeks or a few months, you can give a rescued cat or kitten a second chance, and show them that humans ain't all that bad. We provide all the necessary supplies (food, litter, toys), and you provide the TLC.
Fostering provides a great opportunity to provide a safe and loving environment for a cat during their wait for a permanent home. A foster home helps cats adjust to the presence of humans, and become comfortable with the sounds and activity of a home. Fosterers play a critical role in the adoption process by evaluating the personality of their foster cat, and assisting our Adoption Team match their cat with prospective adopters.