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How YOU can Help

We are working on our non-profit status even as you read this, so we are not really set up to receive cash donations yet. However, we can use donations of food and of course, litter.

The following products are some popular items with residents of our feline foster home:


         Hill's Science Diet, dry
         Hill's Prescription Diet A/D canned
 
       (this is especially important for ill and recovering cats)


      
Felidae Cat & Kitten (canned)
       (Chicken, Turkey, Lamb & Fish in Chicken Broth)


       Friskies Dental Diet 
       Friskies canned - all varieties


       Paper Plates and Paper Bowls

         Nature's Miracle Cat Litter


         Bach Rescue Remedy


         Catnip Toys


         Cleaning Supplies:
                          Paper Towels
                          Hand Sanitizer
                          Nature's Miracle or similar pet odor neutralizers

                          Baking Soda and Perioxide 


         Fenced-In Cat Porch
                            Fencing Materials and Carpenter



        
Volunteers for Cleaning, Transportation (Vet Visits), Socializing Cats
                           


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Please feel free to contact us to see how you can help! All items listed above are greatly needed but time is also a great way to lift your own spirit and give back to the community.


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Annie and friendsBettye 




Imagine what you can do for these homeless kitties?

If left to her own devices, a female cat may have three to seven kittens every four months. This is why population control using neutering and spaying is so important.

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Macy
Did you know?

Both humans and cats have identical regions in the brain responsible for emotion.

A cat's brain is more similar to a man's brain than that of a dog.


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Every cat deserves a good home do you have room in your heart and home?


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