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Our Mission The mission of Cat A Do Cat Co-Op is to aid in the provision a new beginning for unwanted cats and kittens who might otherwise be euthanized or perish from exposure to the elements without food or shelter. We support parties able to foste... Read more
The mission of Cat A Do Cat Co-Op is to aid in the provision a new beginning for unwanted cats and kittens who might otherwise be euthanized or perish from exposure to the elements without food or shelter. We support parties able to foster kittens or cats they have found in a safe, loving foster environment by providing rehabilitation, assisting with medical needs with the ultimate goal of adopting them into new forever homes. We will educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering and how to choose the right pet for their family in order to reduce the population of unwanted pets in our community. We will do this in a compassionate, friendly and professional manner ensuring a rewarding experience for our rescuers, fosters and adopters and to further benefit the animals in our care.
Cat A Do Cat Co-Op is an Arizona non-profit corporation, registered under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a charitable, tax exempt organization. We are a no-kill cooperative cat rescue group. All rescue activities are carried on by unpaid volunteers with the help of public service and donations. We are an all volunteer organization consisting of experienced and dedicated rescue people along with public samaritans who realized the benefits of joining together to combine their experience, knowledge, and resources to help re-home homeless cats. We are a foster-home based rescue, not a shelter.
The purpose of Cat A Do Cat Co-Op is to rescue, rehabilitate (when necessary) and place domestic cats into stable homes; to control overpopulation of feral (un-socialized) cats by a humane process called "TNR" (Trap, Neuter & Release), to educate the public about the responsibilities of pet ownership in an attempt to alleviate the problem of unwanted pets, and to build public awareness about the human-animal bond and its benefits to society.
My daughter and I have been volunteering with Cat A Do for a year and we love it. Its a great way for us to spend time together and to provide love and attention to homeless cats. Its such a great feeling to watch a cat blossom and "come to life" after being so frightened and withdrawn at first.
I highly recommend volunteering with Cat A Do.