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Saving One Life

Feeding ferals AZ

Looking for caring individuals who can spare 30 - 60minutes to feed kitties in need. As a rescue, we have taken responsibility to care for feral colonies through the valley who have been TNR (Trapped, Neutered, Returned).
Therefore, we need to feed these feral felines every day to ensure they are well cared for.

All we ask is that you Fill feeding stations with food. Food can be provided. We do ask individuals to commit to a regular schedule (Every Monday, Every Saturday or Daily) to ensure the kitties are always cared for.

Colony Locations:
10 stations in Tempe
20 Stations in Chandler
5 station in Mesa

This is an easy and fast way to help the cats in your local community with minimal time commitment.

Learn more today and apply:

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About Saving One Life


PO Box 6458, Chandler, AZ 85246, US

Mission Statement

Committed to a never-kill principle, Saving One Life Animal Rescue and Sanctuary protects, provides and cares for at-risk cats and dogs through foster and adoption programs, animal sanctuary services, feline colony management, community outreach and collaboration.


Who We Serve:

Animals within Arizona and San Diego area who join the rescue from shelters, owners and strays.

Core Values:

  • Never Kill Commitment to every animal
  • Provide preventative and comprehensive veterinary care
  • Uphold adoption standards


We'll work with your schedule.


In and Around the East ValleyTempe Chandler GilbertChandler, AZ 85249


  • Animal Care / Handling


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 14
  • Orientation or Training
  • 30 - 60 minutes each time

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