Jul 15, 2019
Three times a year we publish a newsletter that is sent to our donors. In February we showcase our donors from the prior year along with statistics on our program and services. In July we have our "mini" newsletter with updates on staffing, statistics, stories and grants. October is our final yearly newsletter and we have feature stores and updates on programs and services. We hope you like the July issue of "What's New, Pussycat?"
Jul 10, 2019
All cats over one year of age: $25 Adoption Fee!!
Jul 09, 2019
2019 Summertime Challenge OUR 20TH YEAR BRINGS LIFESAVING SUCCESS - LET’S HAVE A BLOCKBUSTER SUMMERTIME CHALLENGE!! Did you know that Cat’s Cradle celebrated its 20th year in 2018? And we had good reasons to celebrate! Statistics reported to the VA Department of Agriculture’s Office of the State Veterinarian and Petco Foundation’s independent analysis show that Virginia has made “incredible progress,” with a save rate of over 88% statewide! This is ...
Jul 06, 2019
Many neighborhoods and rural areas have feral cats. Feral cats are part of the domestic cat species, but are not socialized to humans, so are not adoptable. Cats having been living around humans for more than 10,000 years, typically living in groups called colonies. They form strong social bonds with their colony members and usually stay within certain territories. WHEN YOU SEE CATS IN YOUR YARD Like all animals, feral cats see shelter and food, often making their home in close ...
Jul 04, 2019
Bottle babies are very young kittens who have been orphaned or abandoned. They are incredibly cute, but are also very, very delicate. It is very important that whoever provides their care knows how to do it and understands just how fragile these little ones are. WARMTH & BEDDING Bottle babies must be kept warm and secure. They can rapidly lose body heat which may endanger their health. They should be kept in a cat carrier on a heating pat approved for ...