Friday, October 16, 2015

Fat Cat Rescue, Inc. wants you! Join us in the feral cat revolution! (Guest Blogger) #FeralCatDay



As a participant in Alley Cat Allies’ 15th Annual National Feral Cat Day®, Fat Cat Rescue will hold an Adopt-a-thon on October 17 and 18 and share ways that everyone can fight for better lives for feral cats. The theme of this year’s Feral Cat Day event is “Evolution of the Cat Revolution.” We are always looking for revolutionaries to join our efforts to humanely reduce the feral cat population. We promote TNR—trap, neuter, return—of feral cats. The cats are vaccinated, neutered or spayed, and then returned to caretakers who provide food and shelter. It’s the proven way to eliminate unwanted litters and to allow feral cats to live out healthier and happier lives. In the past, far too often feral cats were rounded up and killed. As communities learn about TNR, more and more are signing on to a no-kill policy for stray cats—the revolution is growing every day.

"Mr. Whiskers"
He started Fat Cat Rescue!!!


Fat Cat Rescue, Inc. of Lake County, Illinois has been fighting the good fight for cats for years, and we are now a registered 501(c)3 charity. We started in our homes, garages, and yards out of a combination of necessity, compassion, and our inability to allow any animal to suffer. Three years ago, Fat Cat Rescue, Inc organized as a tax-exempt nonprofit rescue and since then we have saved over 3,000 feral and stray cats.



All too often, we find cats on the streets that are homeless but friendly. Our goal is to find a good home for every one of them. We’ve been very successful in finding homes for kittens that are born to feral moms. The kittens are very adoptable after being socialized by our expert fosters. And this brings us back to our Adopt-a-thon event at our local Pet Supplies Plus in Waukegan, Illinois. We hope to find as many furr-ever homes as we can during our two-day event and also to spread the word about the feral cat revolution.
This is "Angel", a very special kitten in her new furrever home, sitting in the St Bernard's bowl



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21 comments:

  1. That sounds like a great organization ! Feral cats need and deserve our help. Purrs

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  2. Every cat does count and no cat deserves a life without dignity. Great post and thank you to Fat Cat Rescue for all they do to help. Purrs from Deb and the Zee/Zoey gang

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  3. Those shirts are great! I wish more people would do their part in helping ferals.
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  4. That's such a wonderful group and we couldn't agree more...every cat counts fur sure!

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  5. good luck!! we wish you MANY happy adoptions!

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  6. I love the photos of Mr Whiskers and Angel. And thanks for sharing the above info!!!


    Pet lovers please check out my homeless cat blog archives for some fun posts and archived stories about the abandoned/feral cat colony I manage.

    Debby in Prescott Valley, Arizona
    http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/

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  7. How wonderful. You do so much and you care so much. That rocks.

    Have a fabulous day. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches for Cody. ♥♥♥

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  8. Great post! Of course every cat counts! Thank you for caring for kitties!

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  9. We are so thankful for wonderful organizations like Fat Cat Rescue, and for all they do. And we agree that Every Cat Counts!

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  10. Yes every cat counts. They did not ask to be homeless cats.
    Bon week end
    Nat à Chat

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  11. Wow , that is one terrific organization. It is so heart warming to hear about how many people and organizations are trying to help the feral cats. It is so good to get the word out. Feral kitties can be tamed and become wonderful loving cats. Great post.

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  12. I am grateful to everyone who helps the ferals live a better life. Mr Whiskers has an adorable face.

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  13. Anuvver pawsum posty. And oh me cats and kittens what gawjus kitties da lot of them.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  14. What a great rescue! Paws up for taking care of the feral kitties.

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  15. Thank you to everyone for all the wonderful comments on Fat Cat Rescue. We had an awesome event weekend and raised some very much needed money to help the ferals. We adopted out 10 kittens we rescued from feral moms. It is a win win for all of us volunteers. Thank you from all of Fat Cat Rescue.

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    1. that is the most PAWTASTIC news!!! Thank YOU for all that you do for the kitties and for being such a great guest blogger!

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  16. Precious dear little innocent lives.

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