Cats of Israel (Part 1)

Cats in Tow Volunteer Angie came back from a trip to Israel with an heartwarming story about the feral cats living in this fascinating area. We’ll share her story over the next couple weeks.

β€œOn a recent trip to Israel, I was so proud to see an amazing example of coexistence between feral cats and an entire country!

There are literally hundreds of feral cats roaming around there. Everywhere, in every alley, in every nook and cranny of every city…and they are amazingly healthy and happy. There are feeding stations everywhere for them and they wander around the outside seating for restaurants (which almost every restaurant has) and customers also feed them.”

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Spring Cleaning for Kitties

As the flowers begin to bloom and the sun starts to shine, it’s again that time of year for spring cleaning! Which means cleaning out the closets, emptying out the garage and organizing the house from head to toe!

Then comes the task of figuring out what to do with all those boxes of leftover sweaters, blankets and household knick knacks. Well, problem solved!

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Thriftology will take any goods you want to donate, and will even come pick them up from your house (in the case of large furniture of course πŸ˜‰ And the best part about it is, all goods donated will help purchase food, vet services and other supplies for our Cats in Tow kitties!

You can either drop off your items directly at our Petsmart adoption center in Brea or at the Thriftology store in Orange (address listed above). We’ll take just about anything! πŸ˜‰

Fundraising Spotlight: Rex and Tanner

We have many stories of fairytales and happy endings, but the truth is many cats find their happy endings in places like our cat sanctuary. Some cats just aren’t meant to live a typical house cat life, and that’s okay. … Continue reading

Fundraising Spotlight: Diva

If you didn’t already know, Cats in Tow isn’t just about adopting cats. Oh no, we love cats way too much to stop there! The Cats in Tow Organization also provides a sanctuary for feral cats that are incapable of becoming adopted but still need a warm, loving home.

As we’ve mentioned before, cat overpopulation is a massive problem that can’t easily be solved. Trying to find a home for every abandoned cat we come across is nearly impossible, but the cat sanctuary does help relieve some of that stress. Our cat sanctuary is ordinance approved to provide a caring shelter for feral cats that cannot manage interaction with people or simply cannot get adopted.

This is where we need your help! Fundraising is a constant function of any nonprofit organization, but more than anything we need to fight to keep this conservation going!

Keep it going for who you ask? Well, meet Diva!

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Diva is one of our first residents to find a home in the cat sanctuary. Our organization owner found her after a young couple informed her that they had a pregnant cat in their backyard. When Judith found her, she was skinny, crying and luckily only in heat. After taking Diva to the vet to take care of any future pregnancies, she soon settled into the sanctuary and made a home for herself in the bathroom.

Diva almost found a home in Pasadena to a lovely adopter who wanted to give her a forever home. Sadly as soon as she arrived she cried for weeks on end. Turns out Diva had become homesick for the sanctuary she was already settled into. So Judith brought her home to the sanctuary where she happily resides today.

Diva and other sanctuary cats love their happy home, but in order to keep them healthy and happy we need your help! Like we always say, any solution can be reached one paw at a time πŸ™‚

Donate Today! πŸ™‚

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