Feline Rescue likes to adopt out kittens in pairs whenever possible, because lively kittens are more likely to burn off their energy playing with each other rather than pestering an older cat in the home or getting into trouble or just plain being lonely.
Sometimes, however, the best friend forever for a kitten is a kitten already in the home. That was the case for my foster kitten Peace (now Leonardo), when he moved in with his buddy Carleton.
CARLETON & LEONARDO
UPDATE FROM ADOPTERS: Here are a few photos of our wonderful boys. As you can see, Carlton is mostly black with white markings, and dear Leo is white with black markings. They love each other. Thank you for taking such good care of Leo.
Each year, generous supporters like you celebrate Give to the Max Day by donating. You make our rescue work possible because of your contributions.
We are a volunteer based organization. Feline Rescue, Inc. is funded exclusively through donations and grants. We receive no municipal, state, or federal funding.
Your donation on Give to the Max Day also may help us receive an additional donation of $1,000. How? On November 13, every gift made on GiveMN.org will be entered into an hourly drawing for a $1,000 GiveMN Golden Ticket to be awarded to a nonprofit organization. That adds up to 24 opportunities for you to help us receive an extra $1,000!
Here’s the really exciting part: At the end of Give to the Max Day, one donation made on GiveMN.org will be randomly selected to receive a $10,000 Super-Sized GiveMN Golden Ticket.
The more gifts we generate on GiveMN.org on November 13, the more our chances increase to receive that additional $10,000 donation. Imagine what we could do with $10,000!
Our goal is to raise $30,000, and you can help us reach it!
Be sure to mark your calendar and make your gift on November 13 by visiting https://givemn.org/organization/Feline-Rescue-2 Or visit from November 1 through 13 and select the scheduled giving option on the donation form to set up your donation in advance.
Feline Rescue outreach volunteers are hosting a Community Cat Day on Saturday,October 18th from 1-3 pm at our adoption center.
Learn about community cats and how Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) helps keep outdoor
cats stay happy and healthy and saves more lives by reducing the number of homeless
cats in our community. We will share
information on caring for community cats and hold an outdoor shelter building
You can come to help work,
bring along supplies, or show up with a finished shelter ofyour own to display or donate to cats in
need. For ideas, go to Alley Cat Allies
Or just come to network with other community cat lovers and
bring along some cat food for our community cat food drive.
As the weather turns cold, outdoor cats need your help. For
advice or assistance on caring for outdoor cats, Trap-Neuter-Return, low-cost
spay/neuter programs, or this event call FR outreach volunteers at 651-295-3758 or
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