The famous journalist announced that he would go on location at a cat shelter to interview cats and find out what shelter life is really like. In order to complete the experience he had to temporarily abandon human speech and pretend to only be able to meow. Then he disguised himself as a Siamese Flame Point with white hair and blue eyes and allowed himself to be "captured" at Ft. Carson. After five days in the Ft. Carson Animal Rescue, he was transferred to lookwhatthecatbroughtin. His second day at the shelter, he interviewed our vet and allowed her to examine him. He was found to be in perfect health after a snap test, exam and rabies vaccination. He will go back to the clinic on Tuesday for his neuter so that he will have a complete shelter cat experience.
Although we will not post video of the actual operation, we will keep the public informed of his progress.
Since January 1, 2012, 278 cats have found loving homes. Thank you to everyone who collaborated with us to make this number a reality – the best volunteers in the world, the kind and generous donors who support us, the … Continue reading
Malachi lost his home when an allergic boyfriend moved in almost two years ago. It wasn’t that Malachi is some kind of fuddy duddy, but he had been an only pet and he wasn’t adaptable to dogs or small children. … Continue reading
Adopt-a-Shelter provides a simple and painless way to benefit the shelter. Simply go to the link below and sign in before you shop online. You then access the merchant through the Adopt a Shelter website. A fraction of the merchant’s … Continue reading
To all of you who donated on Colorado Gives Day, our heartfelt thanks!
We are once again participating in Colorado Gives Day. Last year we raised $2500.00 in 24 hours. This year Gives Day will be on December 4. If you click on the logo above, it will take you to the website. … Continue reading
Thirty-four of our cats found homes in August, including CaliCO who had spent over a year with us. So far this month we have adopted 11 cats. We have been utilizing the Front Range Veterinary Services mobile unit for our … Continue reading
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