The Good Shepherd Cat Sanctuary, a private, non-profit, 501c3, cat rescue organization, welcomes many cats through our door each year. Our motto truly is “Hope for all who enter.” Our goals include; to continue to act as a viable alternative for feral cats in need and to reintroduce adoptable cats and kittens into new or first time homes. The Good Shepherd Cat Sanctuary mission is to provide: rescue; shelter; rehabilitation; medical care and, when appropriate, adoption services for all cats that enter our facility. Our vision is that all cats have; a safe environment, a good home, ongoing medical care, and loving relationships with their owners for the extent of their natural lives. Our goal also is to facilitate responsible partner ships that result in happy and successful adoption experiences by matching cats and kittens with individuals and families. Our objectives include those that:
· Provide safe environments to feral cats and kittens
· Provide rescue, immunizations, and medical care for all cats and kittens that enter our shelter
· Facilitate placement into appropriate homes for those cats that are adoptable
· Provide sanctuary to those cats who are not adoptable for medical or other reasons
· Provide low or no cost medical assistance (including spay and neuter) to seniors and low income individuals and families
· Continue to act as Sanctuary to those cats whose owners have passed away or who are no longer able to care for themselves or their pets
· Provide spay/neuter, testing & immunization services for feral cats
· Provide educational information to the public
Description of current programs, activities, and accomplishments
The Good Shepherd cat Sanctuary acts as refuge for cats and kittens in need. The populations that we serve are:
We staff an Adoption facility located in the Salisbury Petsmart™ in which our cats and kittens are shown seven days per week. We have been granted exclusive use of the facility. Staff at our shelter follows up on the adoptions and we provide any follow-up assistance. Should there be any need any cat may be returned to us at any time.
The Good Shepherd Cat Sanctuary works with a number of veterinary practices to provide medical care, surgeries, and spay/neuter services.
We were featured in a front page newspaper article detailing the current feral cat overpopulation problem state and nationwide.
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