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All cats deserve to be cared for.

Evolution...A nonprofit organization should always strive to add community value. We have consistently achieved this through our evolution from a small rescue to a leading provider of funding for spay and neuter surgeries in the Midsouth. Over the past 6 years, we have provided more than 6,500 surgeries to animals in our community to prevent pet overpopulation and the associated cruelty. In addition, our partnerships with the GreaterGood, RescueBank and Wings of Rescue have resulted in thousands of pounds of pet food being available to deserving shelters and rescues. We have also leveraged those relationships to transport over 1,000 cats and a few hundred dogs to areas where the demand is greater to quickly get them into their new homes!

We are excited to announce our transition to the Pet Compassion Centers, which includes a low cost veterinary clinic focused on pets of the community, elderly and disabled. While we are not open to the general public, we work with local veterinarians, shelters and approved rescues to keep animals in loving homes. More to follow soon!

 

Our Community Impact - Your Donations Are Spent Directly on Helping Cats in Our Community!

  • Ten Year Homeless Cat Avoidance

    5,012,658

  • Spay & Neuters Provided Since 2012

    6229

  • 2019 Donor Cost Efficiency Rate

    98%

  • Annual Taxpayer Savings Estimate

    $94200

Our Homeless Cat avoidance is based on calculate-this.com estimates for a 10 year period and the actual number of spays that we have provided to cats in our community.
Taxpayer savings estimates are based on intake diversion for a percentage of the population we have prevented.

Blog, News & Events

February 26 marks the 25th Annual World Spay Day – a day celebrated in more than 70 countries that highlights the importance of spaying animals...

You’ve very likely heard the words, “feral cat” – but what exactly is a feral cat? “Feral” is not a breed or species of cat, but rather a disposition...

October 14th – October 20th is National Vet Tech week. Vet techs are a key part of the veterinary medicine industry – whether they are drawing blood for lab work, administering vaccines, comforting an injured or sick animal, or cleaning up patients’ unfortunate little (or big!) accidents...

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