Tuesday, February 12, 2019

KRLM Story: 3 Lives Saved...

by Lupe Gore

"Pumpkin is a beautiful, large, seven-year old orange and white cat who Feral Paws Rescue saved from the CCSPCA (Fresno) over two years ago. She had been surrendered to the CCSPCA after the death of her human owner. She was at the main rescue site for a while and acclimated to life there, when a call came from a senior citizen who was looking for a cat to share her small apartment. As part of the Rescue’s Senior-to-Senior program, Pumpkin was placed..."

"Also in January 2019, Feral Paws Rescue was contacted by a private shelter (SGVHS) in Los Angeles County regarding two beautiful cats who had been there since May 2018. Dyna is a three-year-old female, and Soft Tail is a six-year-old male. Both were found wandering the streets, so it is unclear if they had a home and were let outside, or if they had been abandoned. They both have medium-length fur, are white with brown and grey markings, and look like they could be related to each other. Neither Dyna nor Soft Tail got..."

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

February Cat of the Month: Pumpkin!

Please meet : PUMPKIN

You may remember Pumpkin from being our
Her fur mommy passed away and 
Pumpkin was rescued from CCSPCA.
She was adopted 2 years ago in our
Senior-to-Senior Program,
although Pumpkin wasn't a senior kitty.
This wonderful lady has been Pumpkin's fur mommy,
who now has to give Pumpkin up due to
going into full time health care, where no animals are allowed.
She wants everybody to know what a fantastic kitty
Pumpkin is, and make sure she's adopted soon.

Pumpkin is a large, 7 year old kitty
who is super lovable & loves to be petted.
She is litter box trained,
gets along with other cats/dogs,
and is fully vetted.

Do you have room in your heart for Pumpkin?


Sunday, January 13, 2019

KRLM Story: Mr. Mann

Mr. Mann
by Lupe Gore

"My name is Mr. Mann, and I am a handsome (if I may say so myself), large orange tabby. I am eight years old. Mom found me when I was a kitten, in a drain hole, on a rainy day. I was almost dead when she pulled me out. She rushed me to the vet and was so patient, because it took a while before I got better.
 Now my mom needed to find somewhere willing to foster me while my she was going to school out of state. She was running out of hope, and thought..."

Mr. Mann with his Mom, and at FPRG

Mr. Mann and his doggie friend

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

January Cat of the Month: Cyan

Please Meet:  CYAN

She is 7 months old and fully vetted.
She was rescued from a high-kill shelter.
A medium size Siamese kitty with short hair.
She is super lovable!
She likes other cats and dogs, & children, too.
Can she spend all of her 9 lives with you?

If you fallen in love with Cyan:

Monday, December 17, 2018

Holiday Kitty Safety

Holiday Kitty Safety

  12 Holiday Safety Tips For Cats:  via Catster  CLICK HERE
๐Ÿ’š  Leaving For The Holidays? Tips On Holidays & Cat Care: via Catster CLICK HERE
  Holiday Safety Tips: via ASPCA  CLICK HERE 
๐Ÿ’š  Keep Your Cats Safe & Happy During The Holidays: via CatHealth.com CLICK HERE
  Keep Your Cats Safe This Holiday Season: via AlleyCatAllies  CLICK HERE

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Year End Contributions...

There a several ways you can donate:
๐Ÿ’Ÿvia our Facebook Donate page here,
๐Ÿ’Ÿor via our website https://www.fprg.org/ with donate buttons on each page,
๐Ÿ’Ÿor directly to our PayPal Giving Fund: https://www.paypal.com/.../11023005218468.../charity/1986262

๐Ÿ’Ÿvia our website Fundraising page, and choose the way you'd like to help,
๐Ÿ’Ÿalso, when you shop online, choose us as your designated charity and we receive donations at no cost to you! 
Please know that your donations will go toward feeding and caring for our wonderful kitties. And Thank You for your consideration of making a donation

KRLM: Stormy...

A Snowy Christmas
by Lupe Gore

"It was early 2013, and inside the shelter was a very scared white cat who was only one year old. He felt so abandoned and was so fearful, that he was pulling the fur out of his tail, yet he was very loving whenever humans paid attention to him. Feral Paws Rescue stepped in and saved him from certain death, as he wouldn’t be deemed adoptable with his self-destruction. Because of his beautiful white coat, we named him Snowy. He was taken to..." 
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