Learn about our passion and how you can help!
Our amazing team of volunteers are committed to helping animals in our community. We provide rescue of injured or sick strays, kitten adoption after socialization, and socialized adult cat adoption! Our rescue volunteers all have the same love for these furry felines and we want to create better situations for them.
Spay and neuter education is just a start to ending the problem of abandoned and unwanted cats in our community. We will not rest until every cat is fixed! We utilize spay and neuter programs to ensure every cat that comes through our rescue is fixed before adoption. We utilize T-N-R (trap, neuter, return) for feral cats. We work together with local shelters and rescues in the Kentuckiana area for the benefit of the cats and our community.
We support cats in our rescue requiring medical care or socialization with the goal of finding them loving adoptive homes. Our cats are rescues in the truest sense of the word.
We are a nonprofit that was created to support our community's abandoned, sick, stray, and homeless cats. We formed our organization to provide sensible solutions like trap-neuter-return. We hope to grow considerably with the helping hands of this amazing community! We focus on Kitten socialization through our network of fosters, and adoption!
We focus on making the maximum positive effect for cats in our community. Our members and volunteers provide the inspiration we need, brainstorming new ideas, and providing better solutions. Using our combined experience, we take actions that make a long-lasting difference for the cats in our community.
All intakes of cats or kittens must go through our surrender form. Please note that intakes are based on space availability, and it may be a while before we get to you.
The first step is to fill out an adoption application.
We always need volunteers and fellow animal lovers to care for our furbabies! Fill out our volunteer application and we will contact you!
All donations are used to support the cats and our ability to rescue them. They will be used for food, supplies, medical care, spay/neuter, vaccinations, web hosting, utility bills and more!
All donations are tax deductible because of our 501c3 status. Receipts for donations will be mailed out upon request.
One cat that is not spayed or neutered can be the cause of approximately 2,072,514 cats being born over the span of eight years? When cats are lost or abandoned and are not fixed, the result can be overwhelming for shelters, rescues, and the community. Community caretakers often take care of large colonies of community cats, and many start out as lost or abandoned. This is expensive for the members of our community.
When shelters and rescues are overrun, the result is an overwhelming amount of healthy cats that are euthanized every year. Cats are euthanized at a rate that is twice as high as that of other animals including dogs, even though less cats enter shelters than dogs do. Each year nearly 1.3 million healthy cats are euthanized. This does not include the unknown numbers of cats killed by home and landowners yearly.
How do we stop this? Spay/Neuter/Vaccinate is the only way!