I'm a volunteer for an animal rescue organization in my city. We're all about saving the lives of animals, whether they're strays or pets whose owners can't care for them anymore. If you've ever had an animal rescued by someone else, you know what a big difference it makes when people step up to help out. Animals aren't just cute and cuddly—they need our help! About a week ago, I was contacted about a cat that had been living under a house for weeks and that was starting to get sick because of lack of food and water. He was dehydrated and malnourished, so we brought him home with me (after getting permission from his owner) until he recovered from his illness. He's now healthy and happy at my house—but he'll need to be neutered before I can find him a new home with someone who will love him forever!
If you see a cat like this, help them out! If you can't help them yourself, contact your local animal control or rescue organization. If there aren't any organizations in your area that can take on the cat and find it a good home, consider fostering one yourself.
I'm a volunteer for an animal rescue organization in my city. We take in stray cats and kittens, provide medical care for them, and then find them forever homes. Our goal is to reduce the number of homeless animals on our streets by helping find them homes with families who love them.
If you're interested in volunteering or adopting one of our rescued cats or kittens, please contact us at [email protected]
If you find a feral cat that is dehydrated and starving, here's what you should do:
The first step in finding this cat a home is to make sure he's healthy, and that means a trip to the vet. Cats are very social animals and need to be adopted in pairs, so I'm planning on keeping him here with me for now until I can find his brother or sister. The next step will be neutering and vaccinating him before placing him up for adoption.
I'm also going to get him spayed or neutered so that no more kittens come into our world without homes!
Have you ever seen a cat that needs help? If so, then you should know that there are things you can do to help them.
First of all, don't try to catch them yourself! Feral and abandoned cats are often scared and will run away if they feel threatened by humans. Instead, call animal control or your local shelter so they can come out and safely rescue the cat without hurting it or themselves.
Second of all: don't assume that all feral cats are aggressive or dangerous! Many people make this mistake because they think all stray animals have rabies or something like that (which isn't true). However, feral cats actually tend not to be aggressive at all because they are used to living outside without any human contact at all--so give yourself some credit here!
It's so easy to help these animals, and they really need our help! If you see a feral cat or other animal in need, contact your local animal rescue organization. They will usually be able to tell you what steps need taken next.