200 cats adoptedRescue Stats 2007

Wow! What an amazing story. I love reading about cat rescues. I run a small animal blog and my post on (you may have heard of her?) was extremely popular around social media. Goes to show how important these stories are 🙂 Maybe they will inspire others to take action and adopt rescue cats!

149 cats adoptedRescue Stats 2006

Please note, these cats are ready to leave the ASPCA Adoption Center today. Please visit the Adoption Center in person to see more of the cats and kittens in our care who may be available for adoption in the future. In some cases, cats or kittens who are not ready to go home today can be reserved for an additional fee.

Cats Available for Adoption - The Rescue House

Adopt Rescue Cats, Inc. (ARC) Due to all the generous donations for our Spring Plant Sale, we have a few plants left over to sell this weekend. So if the rain delayed your planting plans, stop by our adoption center Saturday, May 27 from 10am-noon to pick up some great deals on plants. Plus your money goes towards rescuing cats!

Independent Animal Rescue :: Adoptable Cats

Savannah Rescue identifies qualified foster homes, and places rescued cats there to first evaluate the cat, and until a permanent home can be found for them. The Rescue will work with foster homes to rehabilitate these cats if necessary, have them vetted (vaccinated and spayed/neutered if necessary), and to evaluate any special needs or requirements they may have. We do give first preference to foster homes adopting their fostered Savannah if it works out in their home of course!

Adopt | Almost Home Adoptions for rescued cats

Before this, enormous numbers of animals who went into shelters never came out. More than 40 years ago, an average of 20 million dogs and cats were euthanized annually. Humane organizations started a campaign to spay and neuter pets, especially those coming through shelters, and today —still terrible, but a vast improvement. In addition to pet sterilization, an effort also began to find accommodations for homeless animals outside the municipal and private shelter systems, which have limited room and often short deadlines for keeping animals before moving them to death row. The new organizations take potentially adoptable pets out of the shelters and foster them, usually in private homes, until the right owner comes along. They control the fate of an increasing number of animals. In New York City, for example, almost 45 percent of the dogs and cats that come into are passed to one of more than 150 private rescue groups.Many adoption agreements also have a provision mandating that if things don’t work out with the pet, you must return it to the group rather than find it another home. Let’s call this the . The comedian adopted a Brussels Griffon named Iggy that just couldn’t get along with her cats. DeGeneres gave it to her hairdresser, who has two daughters, then aged 11 and 12, and Iggy basked in the love fest. Then someone from the group called to check in with DeGeneres on how Iggy was doing. She told them about the new arrangement. Not only was DeGeneres in breach of contract, the group didn’t want Iggy living with any children under age 14. They confiscated the dog.Because many of these cats come with baggage, Rescue is not always for everyone. We're looking for adopters (Rescuers if you will) who have the patience, understanding and compassion to work through issues that may arise. We're here to help you. If you need a cat within a few days, if you aren't interested in dealing with any issues that may arise, if you must have a specific age and look, Rescue may not be the best solution for you.Cat Adoption and Rescue Efforts, Inc. (C.A.R.E.) is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to the rehabilitation, care and adoption of cats and kittens rescued from euthanizing animal shelters in Richmond, VA and surrounding areas. And, accepts on a limited basis animals from alternative sources. We are committed to the highest principles of humane care and obtain professional medical treatment for all animals in our systems.