Please check out our Official Foster Courtesy Waitlist
for our UTD courtesy listing of kittens and cats needing to be fostered/adopted!
Lou Lou is a young male cat that was found lying on the street on July 4th, 2014. At first, the person that found him thought he was dead. However, when they saw him breathing they suspected he had been hit by a car and took him to animal control. The vets at ACCT did not see external injuries, but his condition was so precarious he was going to be euthanized if a rescue could not be found to take over his care. Even as sick as he is, Lou Lou still attempts to purr and he has a strong will to survive. The Staff at ACCT begged for help with this sweet cat.
Visit adoptable cats and our volunteers every Saturday from 11:00AM-2:00PM at the Petsmart on MacArthur Road in Whitehall!
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The Cat Shack continues to offer low cost spay/neuter clinics where stray and feral cats can be altered to help curb the serious cat overpopulation problem. We are also happy to direct you to other agencies that offer very low cost solutions for feral cat spay/neuter, such as No Nonsense Neutering (NNN). Visit NNN's website at http://www.nnnlv.org/
The Cat Shack places feral cats that can not be Trap/Neuter/Returned (TNR) into qualified barn homes, but these are very hard to find. TNR is a viable solution for cats which prevents unwanted kittens while also allowing the adult cats to live out their lives. You can read more about the benefits of TNR at the following site: http://www.alleycat.org/casefortnr
We are ALWAYS in need of good barn homes for these special cats. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can offer a few of these wonderful, fully vetted mousers a safe place that has access to food, water and shelter.
Please spay and neuter your pets and, if you are feeding stray or feral cats, please be responsible and have them spayed and neutered also. It is up to us, the animals lovers that care about these cats, to assure that there is a GOOD home available for every kitten born. We all need to do our part to prevent the birth of new cats that will never be adopted.
We have so many wonderful pets who would love to have a home with you. Check them out!
Interested in filling out an adoption form for one of our cats? Click here!
And, we would LOVE your support of our various fundraisers and programs!
Thank you all for your efforts & support!