Fearlessly Saving Kitties in Need
Last year you were so very generous in your response to our appeal for support to purchase a van for transport of our cats and kittens.
This van will be used for trips to the veterinarian, to travel to Arizona kill facilities to rescue cats and kittens from the euthanasia list,
and to save cats from hoarding and disaster situations.
You donated $5,000, and with additional donated funds we are currently in the process of obtaining our vehicle. Thank you!
This year we are requesting support for four areas of our work:
1) spay/neuter surgeries for kittens coming into our facility;
2) to underwrite the medical needs of adult cats being prepared for adoption;
3) support for our efforts to save cats and kittens from the kill facilities in Arizona;
4) to assist with major medical expenses for cats and kittens, especially those saved from the euthanasia lists in Arizona.
Our goal is to again raise a total of $5,000, and we would appreciate your support!
Help Us Win Big!!
The organization with the most submissions between March 3 & March 25 is eligible for a $10,000 grant award.
By uploading your photos, you are giving us a chance to win this lifesaving grant. When uploading your photos, please spell our organization as FEARLESS KITTY RESCUE and our website address as: www.fearlesskittyrescue.org.
And, you can win, too! Each day, a photo will be selected as the winner and prize packs will be sent to the submitter. Daily winners will receive a $100 Petco gift card, a limited-edition MUTTS print and WholeHearted pet food. If you are selected as a winner, we will be eligible for a $500 grant prize.
Get the Most Likes
$500 Petco gift card prize packs will be given to the top 2 most liked photos AND the adopter with the most liked photo ill win one year of WholeHearted dog or cat food, plus a custom watercolor of your pet by MUTTS creator Patrick McDonnell to the most liked photo.
Our mission is to save the lives of stray and abandoned cats and kittens, particularly those being held in high-kill shelters not served by other rescue groups, or those needing rescue from the desert environment, and to provide nurturing transitional care, veterinary and spay/neuter services, behavior training, community outreach and education, and to secure the adoption of those kitties into loving, forever homes.”