Cat-rescue organization needs volunteers
We are a local emergency cat/kitten rescue based in Gladstone, and we are currently in search of a few committed members who can offer short-term foster care for our rescues. Mostly they are kittens, but occasionally, we get an adult cat. We also welcome folks who would like to help with transport to and from various locations around town, help with trapping of feral cats to be spayed/neutered, and always help with grants or clerical is needed.
Last year we took in 175 cats/kittens into our care and TNR (trap, neuter, return) 118 feral cats. Because there are no services for cat/kittens in Clackamas County, it's very important that the community be involved with the need for homes for cats. We also rescued many sick and injured kitties who otherwise would have perished on the streets. We also have a need for food for our kittens and adult cats we have in foster, and as always, as a 501c3 nonprofit organization, we rely solely on donations. Please check us out online at facebook.com/OurCommunityCatRescue.Currently, we also have Jonas, who is up for adoption; he is a completely vetted senior who is patiently awaiting his forever home. We would love to hear from you! Thank you!
Janice Saban is the founder of Our Community Cat Rescue.
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