* Provide spay/neuter services for 1500 cats    As of December 31  we have helped 1312 cats! Your donation will help shape the future for the cats we help  please click the picture to donate   ===== >>>   Some of the faces of cats whose lives have been touched by donations and being spayed/neutered
                              Our 6 goals for 2015 were: Help more blind, FIV & leukemia positive cats.     We have taken in new cats as space has come available.  We have provided courtesy postings for more than 300 cats on social media with an 80% success rate.   To date have answered more than 700 emails asking for support.   Continue providing quality care for the cats in our care.
OPERATION BIG FIX
PET OXYGEN MASKS
500,000 pets DIE every YEAR in house fires!  Conventional human equipment does not fit well or work well for pets.   Our goal was to put 210 Sets of Pet Oxygen Masks on every fire truck in our county.   Thanks to lots of help,  we delivered them 8/27/15 Thank you to everyone that helped us give the fire department the equipment they needed to save pets lives.
                                                                                                                                          Building Fund
Begin fund raising to build another building to be able to help more FELV & blind cats.    In Progress - We have raised approx 30%    of what we need.
CLICK  THE PICTURE FOR MORE INFO   ==== >
Start An Endowment Fund
With part of the prize winnings from Eagle Rare we established an endowment fund to ensure the cats at Blind Cat Rescue will be protected forever. The Blind Cat Rescue Endowment is a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding that will support all the services we provide for the animals forever. We are very excited to be partnering with the North Carolina Community Foundation in creating this permanent fund to benefit the animals. To donate to our endowment,  send your check to NCCF,  4601 Six Forks Road,  Suite 524,  Raleigh NC  27609  USA.  Please put that it is for the Blind Cat Rescue endowment.  Your donation is 100% tax deductible.   For stock gifts please contact John Hartley,  Director of Finance for the delivery instructions. If you have any questions about our endowment fund you may contact the NC Community Foundation at 919-828-4387  www.nccommunityfoundation.org
Help a K-9 Officer
We were given the opportunity to help the local K-9 officers.  They needed a heat detector for the police car and a quick release for the dog.  This detector will protect the K-9 if the air conditioner fails while the human officer is not there.  It will roll the windows down,  start blowing the horn and help save his life!  The quick release allows the human officer to remotely release the door so the dog may get out of the car when the officer is in trouble, or if the dog is in trouble and needs to be let of out of the car immediately.   We strongly support the police department and were very happy to provide this to help keep the 4 legged and 2 legged officers safe.
Office Drakco giving me kisses for us helping him!
Officer Collins accepting the gift.
        Our 6 goals for 2015 were: 1.  Help more blind, FIV & leukemia positive cats.    We have taken in new cats as space has come  available.  We have provided courtesy postings for more  than 200 cats on social media  with an 80% success  rate.  Answered more than 700 emails asking for support.  Continue providing quality care for the cats in our care.
OPERATION BIG FIX
* Provide spay/neuter services for 1500 cats    As of the end of December 2015 -  1312 cats    Your donation will help shape the future for the cats we help.   Please click the picture to donate         
Some of the faces of cats whose lives have been touched by donations and being spayed/neutered
PET OXYGEN MASKS
500,000 pets DIE every YEAR in house fires!  Conventional human equipment does not fit well or work well for pets.   Our goal was to put 210 Sets of Pet Oxygen Masks on every fire truck in our county.   Thanks to lots of help,  we delivered them 8/27/15 Thank you to everyone that helped us give the fire department the equipment they needed to save pets lives.
Building Fund
Begin fund raising to build another building to be able to help more FELV & blind cats.    In Progress - We have raised approx 30%    of what we need.
CLICK  THE PICTURE FOR MORE INFO  
Start An Endowment Fund
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With part of the prize winnings from Eagle Rare we established an endowment fund to ensure the cats at Blind Cat Rescue will be protected forever. The Blind Cat Rescue Endowment is a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding that will support all the services we provide for the animals forever. We are very excited to be partnering with the North Carolina Community Foundation in creating this permanent fund to benefit the animals. To donate to our endowment,  send your check to NCCF,  4601 Six Forks Road,  Suite 524,  Raleigh NC  27609  USA.  Please put that it is for the Blind Cat Rescue endowment.  Your donation is 100% tax deductible.   For stock gifts please contact John Hartley,  Director of Finance for the delivery instructions. If you have any questions about our endowment fund you may contact the NC Community Foundation at 919-828-4387  www.nccommunityfoundation.org
Help a K-9 Officer
We were given the opportunity to help the local K-9 officers.  They needed a heat detector for the police car and a quick release for the dog.  This detector will protect the K-9 if the air conditioner fails while the human officer is not there.  It will roll the windows down,  start blowing the horn and help save his life!  The quick release allows the human officer to remotely release the door so the dog may get out of the car when the officer is in trouble, or if the dog is in trouble and needs to be let of out of the car immediately.   We strongly support the police department and were very happy to provide this to help keep the 4 legged and  2 legged officers safe.
Office Drakco giving me kisses for us helping him!
Officer Collins accepting the gift.
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