SHADOW CATS RESCUE
Rating: 4.96 stars 82 reviews
Location: PO Box 720 Round Rock TX 78681 USA
Results: Over 3000 cats have been trapped, neutered and returned- potentially representing thousands of kittens that were not born to continue the cycle of overbreeding Over 500 cats adopted into indoor homes Over 200 cats have lived out their lives at the Shadow Cats Sanctuary. We average of 75 cats at any one time.
Target demographics: We target community wide areas interested in humanely reducing the free roaming cat population through TNR irregardless of social, economic or other issues
Direct beneficiaries per year: The cats benefit. The community also benefits through the humane reduction of community cats, reduction of tax burdens by reducing the cat intake numbers at city shelters. We serve as a humane option and resource for ill and injured cats as we have space available.
Geographic areas served: Central Texas
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1 person found this review helpful
Shadow Cats is a wonderful organization. They take wonderful care of all the cats there and provide a caring and loving home for special needs, unwanted or abused cats. They recently took a wonderful healthy leukemia positive for our organization. We are so thankful to have found them. Thank you for all you do.
2 people found this review helpful
Shadow Cats is a wonderfully run organization. While some places are just a processing center for animals, Shadow Cats makes a real life-quality difference for cats who might never have had a chance otherwise. At the same time, they work to promote efforts that will help reduce future numbers of cats needing homes. You can sponsor specific cats and if your lucky, even catch them live on the Kitty Cam - regardless of where you are in the world. Great sanctuary, every city should have a place set up like this.
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