Do you have a barn and a couple of acres? We have this handsome boy and his buddy who are not meant to be inside that could help you manage small vermin on your property. Let us know if you know a good home for this sweet man!
Spring and summer are super busy times for rescue organizations because of the annual explosion of babies we call "kitten season". Litters under porches, litters in people's sheds -- stray moms are searching everywhere for sheltered nursery space. Some of these moms are cats that were abandoned unspayed, and others were born outside and never socialized. There are never enough rescue volunteers to trap them all and never enough fosters to teach them good manners.
We work hard to fight overpopulation, and our partner, Pets Ltd. does everything possible to support our work with affordable spay/neuter and low-cost vaccinations but, sadly, there is only one way to keep up with feline overpopulation In our area: Spay or neuter of every cat. It's the only solution. PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT!
The little fluff balls above are some of the lucky ones. They were trapped last year by a Pets Ltd. volunteer and taken in by Dewey Animals. From Dewey they were adopted into loving homes.
We want to thank the people that help us make a difference in the lives of cats by providing low cost spay/neuter and vaccines services for rescues.
Special Shoutout to Pets Ltd. and Anicira of Manassas
Heather is on the left and her brother Felix is on the right - these eight month old cuties have no shelter for the winter and are looking for a quiet foster or forever home. It may take them a little bit to put you on the trusted humans list, but once you're there you'll be rewarded with purrs and 'happy paws' while they enjoy being petted.
Please contact us today if you have space in your home to foster or adopt these pretty tabbies.
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