Cat Guardian Angels
This program helps raise money for cats with special needs until they are adopted and cats who need long-term care in their foster homes. One way to help is to sponsor one of these special cats in our care. You can sponsor a cat:
- For yourself
- To honor a special friend
- To remember your own cat who has passed away
- To provide a “gift” to a cat-loving friend or family member who has “everything”
Most of our cats are rescued as strays or have been transferred from local shelters. Many were lost or abandoned or have suffered abuse or neglect. Cats selected for this program need extensive veterinary care for illnesses or injuries that may include:
- Long-term hospitalization
- Expensive surgery (for broken legs, wounds, hernias, etc.)
- Special diagnostics
There is no limit to the number of Guardian Angels a cat can have – our cats need all the angels they can get! Learn how to become a Cat Guardian Angel.
Cats Seeking Guardian Angels
If there are no cats listed as seeking Guardian Angels, please check back again soon!
Cat Guardian Angel Graduates
Thank you Inger for fostering Georgie!
GEORGIE came into our care with a urinary blockage. If not addressed, this condition is fatal because toxins back up into the cat’s kidneys. The severity of this condition is worse for males because they block more easily than females.
When Georgie arrived […]
Update: Giselle is out of the hospital and recovering in her foster home.
Giselle needed exploratory surgery.
GISELLE came into our care in January with a litter of 5 kittens. A very unusual time for kittens to be born. Giselle was a wonderful mom and all of her kittens […]
No foster home needed – Jax is getting adopted!
JAX is a friendly, loving and playful boy (a big Maine Coon-mix!). All he really wants is: a full belly; a safe, quiet environment (no dogs or young kids); 2-3 play-times and cuddle-times per day; and views of critters outside. […]
Update: Sting has recovered and has been adopted!
Poor Sting was stepped on – bruising his lungs and requiring hospitalization!
This poor little guy was accidentally stepped on by an adult in his foster home. Following the accident, Sting ran under the bed then vomited and pooped – not […]