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Cats In Tow Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc.

Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Community
  • Faith-Based
  • People with Disabilities
  • Veterans & Military Families

Location

PetSmart Brea2465 E Imperial HwyBrea, CA 92821 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To provide a conduit (bridge) for abandoned and released cats and dogs to be placed in forever homes; To provide a sanctuary for unadoptable cats and dogs and feral cats to live out their lives in a clean, healthy environment with appropriate vet care support as needed.

Description

Established in May 2012, the Cats In Tow Rescue & Sanctuary cares for adoptable cats at the Cat Adoption Center at Petsmart Brea, Imperial/Kraemer 24/7 and holds weekend adoption shows. We maintain sanctuary cats and practice TNR. We always need help to make sure our cats/kittens are well socialized and adoptable. Volunteers are part of a large team that perform a number of necessary tasks in order to keep the program running smoothly. Our cats are featured on Adopt a Pet.com and on Facebook.com/Cats InTow plus our blog. Fosters always needed!

Reviews

Would you recommend Cats In Tow Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc.?
4 reviews Write a review
by Christine L. (November 23, 2015)
LOCATION: It is located right off the 5 freeway. Very easy to find! ATMOSPHERE: It is warm and comfortable there; the cats have acclimated to this setting and are kind to the volunteers; the Director, Judith, communicates very well and does not mind if she needs to repeat herself, or answer any questions that you have. She truly does love the cats and dogs there and has devoted her space AND her time completely for the safety of these animals. I love volunteering here because she is so compassionate and empathetic toward every animal that she encounters.

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