Cat’s Cradle Rescue is an all volunteer non-profit rescue group formed to promote the well-being and adoptability of local Oregon cats. We provide loving foster homes where abandoned and shelter felines can socialize in a family environment while receiving medical care, spay and neuter surgery with the goal of being adopted into qualified caring homes.
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You raise me up!
Posted by Ho SivaWhen you see a little kitten crying in pain you scoop her up and take her to a vet. So begins the saga of Minerva, a survivor of human cruelty because two boys stopped to help. Extensive medical care has brought back partial function to her traumatized legs but much more needs to be done. A bad person hurt her but more good people have helped. Will you be part of this chain of kindness that can raise her up and lead her to a loving forever home?We are currently running an online fundraiser on GivingGrid with the goal of raising enough funds to cover Minerva's medical expenses and future therapy sessions. Her rehabilitation therapist, Dr.Brock at Viking Veterinary Care, is positively optimistic about her prospect and we Cat's Cradle Rescue sincerely hope Minerva will eventually find a loving forever home. She is a happy, outgoing, and affectionate kitty and deserves a "special" happy ending!Please head over to Minerva's GivingGrid and read the full story. To donate, simply click on any one of the paw-print grid and fill in information following the instruction. We are also giving away wonderful Thank You gifts, quality kitty bedding made by an old friend and supporter Kathy.S, to whoever donates over $50. With your help, we will be able to help Minerva and "raise her up".
A Wonderful Gift and A Big "THANK YOU"!
Posted Mar 1, 2016, 10:45 PM by Ho SivaWe at Cat's Cradle Rescue have always been very lucky in receiving public support to our work, and we are often touched by some extraordinary acts of generosity. This past Saturday (February 27th, 2016), we were again awarded with one of the most special and impressive gifts - a $200 donation check from former adopter, 13-year-old Brianna. This amazing young lady is a true animal lover and has great passion in pursuing a future career in veterinary medicine. We can't thank her enough for her trust and precious gift. With her permission, we are here to share with you her story:"I recently had a Bat-mitzvah(celebrating me turning 13, it is a Jewish tradition). The students going through their hard work of preparing for their event, have to decide if they want to raise money for an organization, this is called a mitzvah project. I decided to donate to your wonderful organization. I actually have always loved animals, and they have always been part of my life. I volunteered at an organization called life4paws, ever since I was 9, they recently closed down so I haven't had much animal interaction lately ( except for my seven animals, 3 dogs 4 cats. 2 of the cats are still kittens that we adopted from your organization.) My dad has a friend that is a vet, and one day she found out that I wanted to be a vet, so she let me shadow her at work. That is my story."The world will be a better place for humans and animals alike with youths like Brianna!
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