Join us in saving hard-luck cats by
donating any amount through the IndyGive.
For different giving levels there are
incentives by local businesses.
Most importantly, you will be saving
innocent lives and providing necessary
care and services.
In this season of thanks and giving,
please partner with us to make a world
of difference in these cat’s lives.
We were the first shelter in Colorado Springs exclusively for cats. We pull cats from the Humane Society who need more time to become adoptable and are at risk for euthanasia. In addition, we accept medically needy cats from Southern Colorado for rehab and treatment. Our actions improve the local live release rate, while giving these cats a new chance at life.
As a limited-admission shelter for special-needs cats with visual limitations (blind or partially blind), agility problems or FIV-positive status, older cats and cats from hoarding homes, we face unique challenges. A recent dental procedure cost $1,700, and total medical expenses run about $45,000 per year. About 400 cats a year move to forever homes when they are well-adjusted, adoptable companions, and the shelter can house up to 100 cats at a time.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2015, we rescued one-third of our hard-to-place, special-needs cats from hoarders.
RSVP now for our IndyGive! Kick Off Party Nov 5. to celebrate our 2nd year in the IndyGive campaign.
$15.00 at the door per person.
Food — drink — art — wine — photo booth fun!
We will have wine silent auction items and local artist’s works for sale.
Introducing paintings on canvas by our very own cats!
One of the shelters most famous alumnus, Hydrogen, is running for President of the United States as a write-in candidate in Colorado. I urge you to check out his link and vote! Hydrogen has very carefully thought out positions on health care, tax reform, immigration and education. He has proven executive ability as the previous manager of Colorado Springs’s leading shelter for cats, lookwhatthecatbroughtin.org.
Recently some of our cats decided that life at the shelter was becoming dull and they needed a new hobby. Catnip was not enough, so they asked the advice of Buster, the master sommelier and opened their own wine label!
The ever suave, debonair and knowledgeable Buster.
You can check out their offerings here!
We will be adding venues to sample their choices in the near future.
Saturday evening, July 16th
$10.00 per person donation at the door
Join us for a house party with wine and some artwork available for sale.
We will debut “Paw Paintings” – acrylic paintings created by our shelter cats! You don’t want to miss this – sure to be collectors items!
We are planning some fun activities around this and it promises
to be a wonderful relaxing time with stunning views, wine, finger
food, and a chance to win some wine! Since this is held at a private
home, once you RSVP (click here), the address and directions will be
emailed to you. Share this, invite your friends, bring your
significant other, parents, neighbors, co-workers!
FREE CAT CLASSES
More info – TrainWithTrust.com (719) 377-0867
Where – Look What the Cat Brought In cat rescue, 2129 E. Boulder St. 80909
Sun 6/12 Sunday– 12:30pm -1:30pm
Feline Body Language by Train with Trust
Want to know what your cat is saying? Cats say much more with their bodies than they do with their voices. So come learn to listen with your EYES!
Sun 7/24 – 12:30pm -130pm
Preventing & Fixing Litter Box problems by Train with Trust
You don’t have to live with litter box problems and you don’t have to get rid of the cat either! Join us to get the facts about litter box issues.
Sun 8/7 – 12:30pm – 2pm
Feline Enrichment by Train with Trust
Learn how to provide an environment that keeps your cat active, healthy and happy. Help us make toys for shelter cats or your own cat!
Sun 9/11 – 12:30 pm – 1:30pm
Clicker Training for Cats by Train with Trust
Learn the popular training method in this free class
What a fun and successful event! We sold our Peyton Manning Super Bowl 50 football, and all but one painting. We laughed ourselves silly with comedian Jeff Wozer. Phantom Canyon was very good to us and the food was great. All of our Neko cat centerpieces found homes, too!