FurEver Companions Cat Rescue was founded by dedicated individuals who are the voice for the homeless and abandoned cats & kittens of our community. Our rescue is completely volunteer run and 100% of all donations go directly for the care of our animals; we are a 501c3 non-profit organization. We do not have a shelter, instead we place our cats & kittens with loving foster families who care for them and see to their needs as necessary. Because all of our cats are fostered in private homes, we feel that we can offer insights into their individual personalities and quirks.
Our dedicated volunteers share a tremendous love for cats and selfless commitment to their well being. They have many years of experience in the rescue community, including T-N-R services, fostering and adoptions with other rescue agencies. We represent a vast knowledge pool of animal health from bottle baby care to behavioral issues and training. Prior to adopting, we ensure that our cats & kittens are as healthy as we can make them. In many cases the care needed is extensive and expensive, but to date we have never denied any care deemed necessary by a veterinarian for anyone.
Stray Paws Animal Haven is a group of seasoned animal advocates who devote their time and passion to ease the suffering of homeless community cats through targeted spay & neuter (TNR) programs, medical care, transport, and colony monitoring.
SPAH's TNR programs support and empower our local communities by offering education, resources, networking, volunteers, training and equipment to help reduce street cat population. They promote the practice of TNRM, TRAP NEUTER RETURN MONITOR, and believe all cats deserve access to food, shelter, safety and assistance with medical issues at all times.
Many of the cats and kittens they TNR are friendly and in need of a safe home. FurEver Companions is in proud partnership with Stray Paws Animal Haven to facilitate their Adoptions and Foster programs. As some of our adoptable cats come from their TNR programs, we can tell you the exact history of those cats, and about his/her life before rescue. These are interesting details to know about your new family member!
You can visit them at StrayPawsAnimalHaven.org
The goal of San Gabriel Valley Animal Advocates (SGVAA) is to assist in the animal welfare needs in the San Gabriel Valley. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization they provide a list of services including pet food for low-income families, and low cost spay and neuter and Trap-Neuter-Release for feral cat colonies. They help in the transportation of animals to and from the veterinary hospital or clinic, adopt out healthy friendly strays into good homes, and educate the community about animal welfare needs and importance of spay and neuter.
SGVAA's low cost wellness clinic is located within Stray Paws Animal Haven's facility in South El Monte, Los Angeles County. The clinic is available for rescues and trappers who have a high volume of cats and limited resources.
SGV Animal Advocates sees the value in every life. They want to create a positive change, and since their beginnings in 2011, they have been driven by the same ideas which initially founded their Non-Profit Organization - education, community cat sterilization, and responsible pet ownership. Learn more about their mission, vision, and how they go about making change at SGVAA.org.