6 Meetup Groups match “Cat Rescue” near Charlotte, NC
The Animal Adoption League is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to saving homeless pets. The Animal Adoption League offers veterinary care, foster care and an adoption outlet for animals. Hundred of animals previously homeless are now in permanent, loving homes as a result of League efforts.
Concerned Citizens for Animals (CCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting animal welfare through public education, low cost pet sterilization assistance, and feral cat colony support. We also provide health care and a temporary haven at a no-kill shelter for homeless animals upon a space-available basis and are dedicated to finding loving permanent homes for the homeless animals in our care.
Meet other local animal welfare activists. Gather to make a difference in the lives of animals in the Charlotte community. All ideas are welcome!
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Feline Lifeline is a non-profit (Registered S.C. Charitable Organization) staffed entirely by volunteers. Our presence on Meetup is to find others interested in volunteering with our group. We do not take in found or unwanted cats or kittens. Volunteers help local homeless cats living outdoors in groups (colonies) by feeding them daily, removing kittens and tame adults so that they can be offered for adoption after spay/neuter and other vet work has been done, and sterilizing those too timid f …
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Being the owner of an aging pet can be an emotionally and financially challenging proposition. Greensboro Senior Pet is a support group of parents of aging pets who hope to share the knowledge and experience of caring for the needs of an older pet. The purpose of this group is to build a network of emotional, educational and volunteer support. Meetings will consist of sharing of personal experiences, professional veterinary guest speakers, building a volunteer base to assist individuals with car …
Let's end the killing of cats. The rate of killing has dropped rapidly with increasing spay/neuter of owned cats. If one percent of the population adopted a cat and we continue TNR for feral cats,, the killing would end. We as cat lovers can affect policies individually and through organisations if we work together for adoption, education, sterilisation, and collaboration. There is so much great new information about caring for homeless and free-roaming cats. Both individuals and institutions c …
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