The Cat Network..can't say enough good stuff. They are the ones that help cats, no one else does. Everyone complains about the problem, but Cat Network does something about it, ot offers solutions!!
The first time I came across a homeless kitty I wasn't quite sure how to find it a home. I came across The Cat Network volunteers in a local PetSmart. They walked me through the process of becoming a member and joining the adoption referral program. Because of this program, I was able to place 6 kitties.
Thanks to the Cat Network certificate program, I was able to fix three stray cats in my backyward. I would not have otherwise been able to afford it
We arrived at the park promptly at 8:30 and received a friendly greeting from a Cat Network volunteer. She helped us get our paperwork ready and answered all our questions with a smile. After checking our kitties in, they were sent to air conditioned rooms (which put me at ease considering i was nervous about leaving them in a new environment) where they were prepped for surgery. Overall, the event was very well-organized and the volunteers were very friendly. Two days later, I'm happy to report that my kitties are doing great and their recovery has been smooth. Thank you to Miami-Dade County Commissioner Sally A. Heyman, Miami-Dade Animal Services Department, Humane Society of Broward County and The Cat Network for organizing this event.
I love the Cat Network. Not only did I get my first cat there, but I also had my 2nd (stray adoption) spayed through the Meow Mobile. They provide an incredible service to the community both in terms of convenience to 'clients' (both 2-legged and 4-legged ones), but they work so hard to reduce the unnecessary killing of thousands of cats every year, by providing spay/neuter services. BEST OF LUCK TO THE CAT NETWORK! And God Bless you for all you do!
The Cat Network is an invaluable resource for those of us with large numbers of cats. Having rescued many dozens of cats in my lifetime, I have found it a struggle financially to care for all these unwanted felines. The Cat Network members have been an incredible resource of everything from anecdotal veterinary knowledge to the provision of humane traps. They are also an agent for change as regards legislation concerning the humane treatment of animals in general. I applaud the efforts of this organization and its many caring members.
I got my cat from a foster parent from the Cat Network. The nicest and cutest tuxedo cat named Tolken. My life was changed on December 2, 2009. I adopted not just a cat but a best friend, a companion, love, a reason to wake up every day. He's the best ever and I couldn't imagine life without him!
The Cat Network helped me with a feral kitten I adopted get his shots and physical information concerning his health (he has FIV) and put him on-line for adoption. To my relief, because of his disease, there were no hits, and he is now the light of my life. They were kind and knowledgeable regarding every- thing I needed to keep him healthy and happy.
All of the staff that I met were incredibly helpful and very kind. I adopted a black and white 8 year old Tux named Domino 2 years ago, and last week I adopted a beautiful 3 year old Calico named Camille. I was touched with how much dedication and love the staff of The Cat Network had. This is a wonderful organization, keep doing what your doing! This world needs more people like you.
Unfortunately I had to find out about The Cat Network by desperation. In the past year my neighborhood has begun to have a stray cat problem. Fortunately and thankfully The Cat Network helps those of us who want to help the stray cat population by aiding us with affordable spay/neuter certificates, making traps available and in general giving us a support system. It can be a daunting task to try and help all the homeless cats out there but The Cat Network helps us help cats all the while keeping the felines out of shelters where they are highly likely to get euthanized.