They Need Us, We Need YouGive
There’s many ways you can give to Fur Babies. A one-time, or recurring monetary donation helps us continue to provide a soft place to land for those in need. Donations of pet food and shelter supplies help us stretch our dollars. Please see our wish list of supplies that we use on a regular basis at Chewy.com. We also accept vehicle and real estate donations. Volunteers are the lifeblood of animal rescue. Can you set aside some time to help in the rescue process?
Ways You Can Help
Fur Babies Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit (EIN# 86-3712647). There are many ways you get involved with our rescue group. Consider us in your financial planning for donations and also in your final wishes for your estate. Your donations are tax deductible. Our Mission: Spay, Neuter & Vaccinate as many feral and domestic cats as possible.
We depend on donations, volunteers, and fosters to work toward our goal of Spaying, Neutering, and Vaccinating as many feral and domestic cats as possible. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Our long-term goal is “The Sanctuary” for Fur Babies. The Sanctuary will be a nature preserve for all types of animals in need to live out their best life in a beautiful natural environment with Caretakers and Veterinarians available to meet their daily needs.
• Volunteer your time
• Foster a pet
• Monetary donation
• Donate food
• Donate supplies. Please see our wish list of supplies that we use on a regular basis at Chewy.com.
• Donate Veterinary care (we currently use Animal Hospital North – Humane Society of Catawba County)
• Donate land (for long-term goal of a Sanctuary). Land not suitable for an animal sanctuary or located out of our area can be sold and proceeds used to further the work of Fur Babies Rescue.
• Donate shares of appreciated stocks or mutual funds
• Vehicle Donation – 100% of your vehicle’s re-sale value goes to help the cats.
• Leave a legacy of your love for animals, name Fur Babies Rescue EIN# 86-3712647 in your estate planning.
$120 Saves a Life
This is the minimum to cover the cost for each pet to be spayed or neutered, receive their rabies shot and first distemper shot, be dewormed, and the cost of topical flea medication for one cat or small dog.
Consider us in your financial planning for donations, and also in your final wishes for your estate. Our mission is to Spay, Neuter & Vaccinate as many feral and domestic cats, and dogs as possible. Your help is what makes it possible.
The mission of Fur Babies Rescue is to assist with the rescue and placement of abandoned or injured domestic or wild animals. Currently we are only working with cats and dogs, but our formal mission statement for the state of NC includes other animals as we intend to grow and expand.
Fur Babies rescues cats and dogs from many different situations. All are dewormed and receive a distemper shot the first day in our care if they are an appropriate age. All will be scheduled for spay/neuter/rabies vaccination. Our goal is to provide loving pets to individuals or families who promise to treat them like they are part of the family.
We also have feral cats spayed & neutered from cat colonies. Our preference is to relocate these colonies to working farms or loving families living in a safe place for outdoor cats. The feral cats are not usually suitable for indoor living but we have had some lovely families that have acclimated their feral cats to indoor life and it is a beautiful thing to see. Some feral cats can be tamed and are perfect house cats and great companions to people and each other. They often don’t like to be petted, but they will still hang out on a daily basis. It is okay to have a pet who believes in social distancing. It is also very rewarding to give them a safe and loving home.