Kitten Rescue wrote -
Each year Kitten Rescue SAVES 1000 KITTIES. Every cat that comes into our system is spayed or neutered, FeLV/FIV tested, vaccinated, de-wormed, de-flead and microchipped before being placed into their forever home. They come to us with a variety of medical needs, ranging from upper respiratory infections to broken bones in need of surgery. The average cost for Kitten Rescue to save a kitty is $150.00. While adoption fees offset the cost of rescuing cats, we still spend an average of $150.00 to rescue a kitty because we take in many medical cases that can cost up to thousands of dollars for just one kitty... cats that have been hit by cars in need of surgery, cats who are severely ill that need to be hospitalized, cats who need to see expensive specialists, FeLV+ cats... Hospitalization, surgeries, blood panels and dental work are all very expensive procedures. We are dedicated to giving the best medical care to every cat that we rescue, so that they are 100% healthy when they move onto their forever home. You can help Kitten Rescue SAVE 1000 KITTIES this year by joining our campaign.
Here is how it works:
Sign up here to create your own fundraising page, by clicking FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN.
Set your goal: How many kitties do you want to save? (Every $150.00 that you raise SAVES A KITTY!)
Share your page via email and social media.
Ask your friends to join you!
If you do not want to participate as a team member, you can still SAVE A KITTY by donating.
Your $5.00 donation buys a vaccination for a kitty.
Your $10.00 donation will de-worm and de-flea a kitty.
Your $15.00 donation pays to microchip a kitty.
Your $20.00 donation buys antibiotics for a sick kitty.
Your $40.00 donation will pay for an FeLV/FIV test for a kitty.
Your $70.00 donation will spay or neuter a kitty.
Your $150.00 donation will SAVE A KITTY and you wil receive a personalized certificate from the kitty that you saved.
Your $750.00 donation will save a family of kitties: a mom and four babies. We will send you a personalized certificate from the family that you rescued and a 2015 Kitten Rescue calendar.