MONETARY DONATIONS - We Knead Your Help Right Meow!
What is your jam? Where would you like your donation make the most impact?
We are 100% volunteer based and oh boy, do we depend on YOU for help! Your donations are so greatly appreciated in supporting our rescue and sanctuary efforts for unwanted, non-releasable, feral and special needs kitties who deserve love & care, and a chance and home to live safely.
Thank-mew from the bottom of our hopeful, purring hearts!
HELP KITTIES GET OFF THE STREET AND OUT OF DANGER
We do our best to help all kitties in extreme danger, but do not always have enough funding on hand to help all of the abandoned or feral kitties we encounter. Your donation can truly be living saving in not only helping us with bait, gas expense, live-traps, and crates but also required immediate vet attention. We are always on standby and never know what the day or night will entail!
HELP COVER VACCINATIONS
Kitties are kept separate and quarantined from other kitties until they are combo tested for FIV/FeVL and age appropriately vaccinated. We do a booster vaccination within one month of the initial vaccination, and rabies when kittens are old enough. We DO NOT OVERVACCINATE AND STRONGLY ADVOCATE TITRE TESTING WHEN WE ADOPT.
HELP COVER SURGICAL CARE
Sometimes we are faced with urgent surgery needs such as a required limb amputation, or much more life-threatening which doesn't present much time to fundraise. Other issues such as reabsorbed teeth for example, can afford a little more opportunity to raise donations, but if you ever had an toothache, can you imagine the pain that animals are bearing? A little cush for the unknown when it presents would be certainly so helpful and can be life-saving!
HELP COVER BLOODWORK, X-RAYS, VET BILLS
Routine or urgent, it's still all very meowie expensive! A bloodwork panel typically can cost around $140.00, x-rays depend on region and Vet office fees vary upon the Veterinarian or clinic! However, most vets will allow a multiple pet office fee so we do get a bit of a break offered there. Some Vets are kind to extend a rescue rate discount of typically 10%, but it is not typical but we do ask and beg!
HELP COVER THE COST OF PRESCRIPTIONS/SUPPLEMENTS
Antibiotics are a needed staple in rescue work! Other medications such as pain-management, dewormer, insulin, steroids, anti-inflammatories, diuretics, hypo/hyperthyroid, Vitamin B12, anti-diarrheal to stool softeners are just to name a few. Common staple supplements such as Epikitin, Biosuperfood, Chlorhexidine, Rx Clay, Virbac Chews, Transfer Factor Feline Complete, Mercola Probiotics, etc & Jackson Galaxy's Spirit Essences are also amongst our wellbeing arsenal.
GET IN OUR BELLY! FOOD PURRY PLEASE!
Rescued kitties never seem to overcome the fear of not knowing if they are going to have a next meal or not, and it's so sad. Kittens are always ravenous and eat almost double of what an adult cat can. We do rotate our protein sources to include turkey, chicken, rabbit, shrimp, sardines, and even cook ground chicken and turkey to supplement with rotated can feedings.
Kitties LOVE soft beds in which they can curl up in and make biscuits on. CATNIP, kitty condos, CATNIP, cat-trees, CATNIP, scratching posts, CATNIP, scrunchy tunnels, CATNIP, toys, CATNIP, treats, CATNIP, balls with jingles in them, CATNIP are all things essential for kitty enrichment. Anything that can be chase, swatted or carried so they can quickly shove under furniture and out of reach is what they purrfurr (no strings). Oh, yeah, and CATNIP....
HELP US NAIL THE FUTURE AND REACH OUR $100,000.00 GOAL!
We have been wishing for a triage/recovery area and want to so desperately to build and expand our capacity to not only have an ISO, but to be able to take in more kitties and care for them in a safe environment. You have seen our jungle sanctuary created all from thrift-stores and via our micro-budget. Can you imagine the extent of our capabilities and desire if we had the means? Your donation can help make the kitties dreams come true. We do have a place targeted, just waiting on making it a reality and trying our best with grant providers too. We won't stop until we succeed because there are too many innocent hopeful kitties depending on us.