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Elizabeth Lake Animal Rescue

Cause Area

  • Animals

Location

NAWaterford, MI 48328 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To provide care and temporary housing to stray, abandoned, injured, orphaned and/or owner-released felines; to place them into permanent, safe, and loving homes; to obtain necessary medical care including sterilization surgery; to help reduce pet overpopulation and increase knowledge and awareness of this problem.

Description

Elizabeth Lake Animal Rescue is a small, private, non-euthanasia rescue in the Waterford/Union Lake area. The organization was founded in May 1994, but some of our rescuers have been making similar efforts for more than 20 years. We are run strictly by volunteers and donations, which are tax-deductible, and receipts are issued upon request. We concentrate on the rescue and rehabilitation of stray and feral cats and kittens as well as providing assistance (when space is available) in the placing of cats deemed unwanted and/or disposable by their previous owner(s). Additionally, we pride ourselves on being one of the few rescues that takes the time to bottle-feed and raise orphan kittens whenever possible. We also take in seriously injured cats for medical treatment, rehabilitation and placement into homes.

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