Our latest article in the Petacular!
Since our move, we created a room for cats with Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, so that they can be safe while we look for homes for cats with this condition. I am happy to report that just last week our two … Continue reading
THANK YOU for donating on Colorado Gives Day and for supporting the Look What the Cat Brought In! A total of $1,590 was raised for LWCBI in just ONE day. Your gift will stay right here in Colorado and will help care for the cats in our care. Our cats, like Hope and Meska, thank you for giving them a second chance!
Hope, a flame-point Siamese kitten, was found in a Lamar Safeway parking lot at only two weeks old. She weighed only six ounces, was near death with a ruptured eye and her future was grim. But she was brought to us and we got her the medical care she needed, plus nurturing, and a second chance she deserved. This is why we do it. Please ensure others like Hope get a second chance and schedule your donation now. https://www.coloradogives.org/lookwhatthecatbroughtin
HAPPY TALE: Meska is a “mature” loving kitty we received from a bad hoarding situation. She required significant dental attention throughout the year as a result of the neglect she suffered. After all her teeth were removed, she flourished on soft food and we are overjoyed to report she has found her forever home! The medical attention costs money, time, and attention, but cats like Meska are worth it. Please help us carry on this work.
Please schedule your donation for Dec 9 by using this link for the most impact from your money:
Anthracite came to us from Ft. Carson practically blind in both eyes. One eye was too scarred, but after eye surgery, he regained use of his left eye. Now he has a new home and his joy and ours is … Continue reading
Footloose found a new home as one of our volunteer’s mother’s Mother’s Day present to herself! Footloose is one of the sweetest and most beautiful young cats we ever have had at the shelter! When he lived on the eastern … Continue reading
Osiris, pictured above, is about six years old. His son Tut is three. They are in relatively good health, but needed some deferred maintenance Tut also has a heart murmur. We prefer to adopt them together to someone who has … Continue reading
Here’s an interview I gave on March 22, about the abandoned cat situation.
I have removed and placed 25 of the indoor cats whose elderly owner left them behind when she moved into a nursing home. We will be trapping the ourdoor group to be spayed or neutered and released to the property … Continue reading
An elderly El Paso county resident didn’t intend to abandon her cats, but she has had to go into a nursing home just the same. She left behind 30 wonderful indoor cats at her home and a colony of up … Continue reading