Robin’s Nest Rescued Cat Adoptions

If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain;

If I can ease one life the aching, or cool one pain,

Or help one fainting robin, unto his nest again,

I shall not live in vain.  ——-Emily Dickinson

We need volunteers who have the space in their homes to foster a cat(s) waiting to be adopted. The more foster homes we have the more cats we can help. The requirements to foster are a clean room for the cat to be isolated from other family pets, TIME and PATIENCE.  The group can provide food and litter.  We also provide training in cat care and will pay for necessary veterinary bills.

 

 

The group can provide food and litter. We also provide training in cat care and will pay for necessary veterinary bills

The group can provide food and litter. We also provide training in cat care and will pay for necessary veterinary bills.

 

Text Box: A clean room for the cat to be isolated from other family pets
TIME and PATIENCE

The group can provide food and litter. We also provide training in cat care and will pay for necessary veterinary bills.
Text Box: A clean room for the cat to be isolated from other family pets
TIME and PATIENCE

The group can provide food and litter. We also provide training in cat care and will pay for necessary veterinary bills.
Text Box: A clean room for the cat to be isolated from other family pets
TIME and PATIENCE

The group can provide food and litter. We also provide training in cat care and will pay for necessary veterinary bills.

All the good intentions in the world mean nothing without the money to carry them through. The reality is that it costs money to spay or neuter the cats, provide basic medical care such as flea, ear mite and worming medication and provide food. Every donation helps.  Will you help?

We always need volunteers willing to help out at our Adoption Clinic.  Time commitment is normally 2 to 4 hours per week.  Please stop by the Clinic and pick up your volunteer application today. 

We provide food, water and shelter to the many feral colonies where we trap cats to spay/neuter. We maintain each colony for its lifetime with the goal of 100% of the colony being spayed or neutered. This takes A LOT of cat food! In addition to providing dry cat food, we like to provide canned food also. The cats love it and it is such a treat for them. However, this gets very expensive. A great way to help is to buy a case of canned cat food to donate. Even just one can or bag of cat food is a big help! Our cats LOVE Fancy Feast canned cat food. Whenever a cat refuses to eat, opening a can of Fancy Feast usually does the trick. Donating Fancy Feast is a special treat for our fostered kitties waiting for new homes.

Foster a Cat

Volunteer

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Donate Cat Food

How You Can Help