Thousands of feral cats get unexpected treat

Feral cat

Yes, it's been a long time since our last post, and we have lots of catching up to do. But til then, we're proud to announce our role in inspiring a major donation of healthy, nutritious food to help thousands of feral cats in the Washington, DC area. Read all about it! … [Read more...]

Eli the three-footed cat needs a home!

eli

A few days ago I wrote about Eli, a Pennsylvania cat surrendered to his veterinarian for a life-saving foot amputation. As you can see from this newest picture Eli is quite the looker, and is still looking for that special family to call his own. Eli is recovering well. He's a young cat with a full life ahead of him (nine, as rumor has it!). If you or someone you know is interested to give Eli the love he needs and deserves, please contact Dr. Erin Kalo directly at 570-675-3406 (w) or 717-712-8974 (m). At the very least, please share this post! … [Read more...]

Save Eli the cat!

elithecat

Eli the incredibly handsome cat! Occasionally we get requests from the public to help spread the word about a special animal in need. This week we were contacted by a veterinarian in Pennsylvania about Eli, a very special cat whose owner relinquished him to the vet after Eli's right hind leg got caught in a trap. Eli underwent successful amputation surgery and desperately needs a loving, forever home. For now, he's recuperating at the veterinarian's office in Dallas, Pennsylvania (near Scranton and Wilkes-Barre). … [Read more...]

Interview with our founder!

I Love Rescue Animals

Thanks to I Love Rescue Animals for posting a great interview with our founder and executive director (hey, that's me!), and for choosing us as their featured organization for the month of March. We're thrilled! I Love Rescue Animals is the brainchild of two enterprising young women, Ashley and Nikki, and their quest to reduce animal homelessness through spay/neuter advocacy and support for animal shelters. So head on over, put your feet up and read all about us! … [Read more...]

Did you know…

locked up dog

  ...That half of dogs and 70% of cats in shelters are killed, simply because no one adopts them? ...Between 6-8 million dogs and cats are placed into shelters every year in the U.S.? ...Which means that about 4 million pets are killed each year due to lack of adoptive homes? ...And adult dogs face the highest risk of dying in shelters? But... … [Read more...]

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