Cat's Cradle Rescue is a wonderful all volunteer cat rescue that accepts cats of all ages, including ones with 'special needs'. Many times during the year a cat will arrive requiring immediate medial attention, sometimes surgery. They all live in foster care until they are ready to be adopted, no matter how long it takes. All adoption fees go toward veterinarian expenses and supplies. Whenever CCR can they accept cats from other cat rescues in rural areas that do not have the same resources. Some of these require immediate medical care too. They also have a program called "Offered by Owner" for people that find it necessary to rehome their cats. The cats can live at home until a new home can be found. I know all this is true because I have seen it while volunteering and fostering for CCR. My first foster had been injured by someone at age 6 weeks, and could no longer use it's back legs. She had been staying in a Vet clinic in Corvallis hoping a rescue could take her. I had her for 11 months before she found her perfect home. I have fostered 3 other special need cats since her, they all found people to love them too. CCR only sees a furry little animal looking for love, not their age or physical issues. There is someone out there for them, it just takes time.
When adopting a kitten or cat from CCR you will know it received the best care available in its foster home; receiving love and attention until they find their forever home. They receive all medical treatment needed. They are spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, and have all their vaccinations. Nothing is hidden from the potential adopter. CCR takes kittens (a few needing bottle fed) adults, seniors, and with special needs. Some needing surgery from injury's inflicted by humans.
CCR also helps several other rescues that do not have as many resources, by accepting a few of their cats and donating supplies. When possible, CCR helps pay Vet expenses for a beloved cat belonging to someone that needs a helping hand.
CCR has a program they call Offered By Owner, where people help rehoming their cat can put a picture and bio on the CCR adoption website. CCR also helps screen the potential adopter.
A rescue completely operated by volunteers, all donations going for Vet expenses and supplies; that loves all the four legged cats they have for adoption and only wants them to find their own forever home..