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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We invite you to join us on Team Twinkle - for a better life for Twinkle!
Posted Nov 9, 2015, 3:02 PM by Ho Siva
Fast forward 3 weeks. Twinkle cruises around the room (admittedly at her own pace), always uses the litter box and she plays with her siblings who are gentle and non-aggressive with her. When she eats she is messy and to help her get more wet food in her mouth than on her body I gently support her shoulders. When she is hungry for dry kibble she will go to the bowl and lay over the food -she has no problem feeding herself this way – it just is a little unconventional! Our challenge as Cat’s Cradle Rescue is to see that Twinkle progresses to the limit of her abilities. To that end we are now scheduling acupuncture to see if treatments can help the head tremors so that she can eat in a calm and focused way.
We invite you to be part of Team Twinkle by donating to her treatments that we hope will lead to a better quality of life for this adorable kitten and eventually to her adoption to a wonderful home! We are hoping to raise $400 for her treatments. We know that a cure is not possible but even mild changes now could help her as she grows and ages. It is worth a try!
Looking for foster volunteers for adult cats
Posted Nov 5, 2015, 3:12 PM by Ho SivaCat's Cradle Rescue is looking for dedicated foster volunteers for teenager & young adult cats.
If you live in the Beaverton, Aloha, Hillsboro or Tigard area, have an open space to foster, time and dedication and love the idea of "rescue cats", please contact us.
Often times we have to turn down callers looking to re-home their beloved adult cats because we do not have available foster homes for them. This is so heartbreaking as there are so many cats needing to be re-homed. Sometimes for reasons that just do not make sense at all and at no fault to the cat.
Fostering an adult cat and seeing them find their forever home, is so rewarding and appreciated. These poor and homeless cats are often times the result of a faulting owner, something the cat did not ask for or deserve.
Before taking any adult or teen cats into our foster program, they are spayed/neutered and tested. Cat's Cradle Rescue covers medical care and vaccines for our fosters. We also provide grain free and healthy food for the cats and other supplies needed. However, we are not able to supply litter unless we have a donation. We also ask that you have access to a working car so you can bring your foster to vet appointments when needed, to pick up supplies, or to bring to adoption events (on Saturdays).
We focus on bringing in social, friendly and indoor only cats that can not go outside. There are times when a timid young cat needs some TLC and having a volunteer foster to help, would be wonderful.
If you are interested in being an important part of saving a cat, please submit your application for fostering here.For the love of cats!
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