Social Petworking Month takes place all throughout June, and it’s a chance to use social media for the benefit of pets who are looking for forever homes. There are several ways to participate that can make a positive impact on the lives of pets waiting to find loving families.
National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day happens on April 30th. It’s a day to get the word out about animals in shelters waiting for forever homes, and–hopefully–it’s a day for people to bring home new, furry family members. Here’s what you should know!
Spaying and neutering are considered part of being a responsible pet owner today, but that wasn’t always true. We’ve made positive strides in the last few decades. In honor of Spay & Neuter Awareness Month, learn more about the history of this important practice.
If you’re interested in helping dogs, cats, and other animals that are waiting for forever homes at your local animal shelter, there are plenty of things to consider. Here’s what you need to know to volunteer!
There are plenty of ways to celebrate Change A Pet’s Life Day on January 24th and make a positive impact on the life of cats who need your help.
Consider donating to these great cat charities this holiday season, including the Winn Feline Foundation and Alley Cat Allies. You can help make a difference.
In 2013, the ASPCA honored the cat for saving Knott’s life. Knott’s couldn’t be more grateful to Koshka for helping him restore his faith in people when he’d lost it.
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, and we cat lovers could not be happier about it. We know that kittens are adorable and hard to resist, but there is so much to love about owning a senior cat.
My friend got an expensive kitten from a breeder and I’m so mad about it. I really want to say something.
October 27th is Make A Difference Day, so step up and help out your local shelter with these five easy ways to increase cats’ chances of getting adopted.
Though more pet-friendly shelters emerge every year, many victims still feel forced to give their pets up to foster homes–or worse, leave them with abusive partners.
Every cat deserves to be loved, and more people than ever are realizing that thanks to special needs cats who capture the hearts of fans all over the internet.
Have you adopted a less adoptable cat? We’d love for you to share photos and your story with us in the comments, on our Facebook page or on Twitter.
Kaplan has since found jobs for over 500 cats, in places like police stations, schools, churches and even homes, where the felines are often reported to have become domesticated and friendly after a period of time.
The kittens and mama were taken to the vet and all are doing well but now they need homes. Adoption info in the post!
After an emergency vet sedated Hellman’s and helped slide him out of the jar, he was neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and whisked away to the safety of the Tabby’s Place grounds.
According to ASPCA, roughly 3.4 MILLION cats are entered into shelters each year in the United States. Of these 3.4 million, a good portion of these kitties are deemed “less adoptable.” Felines that fall into this category are often FIV positive, senior cats, black cats, or cats with disabilities.
September 18th through the 24th is Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week. We celebrate those who have found homes to inspire others to adopt those who may seem less adoptable.
According to the ASPCA 3.4 million pet or companion cats enter shelters every year. Only about 100,000 of those cats will be reunited with their humans, while sadly, 1.4 million of those cats will never leave the shelters, being “humanely euthanized.” Don’t let your cat become one of these sad statistics.
Our mission is to give shelters and owners a safe placement for blind cats because most open admission or animal control shelters deem a blind cat unadoptable and they are destroyed.
June is Adopt A Shelter Cat month! Share to help inspire others to adopt!