Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Volunteer With Us!

If you would like to become one of our volunteers
please Contact Us

Volunteer Information: CLICK HERE  

There are many different things to do at
Feral Paws Rescue Group

Senior-to-Senior Program

We have an awesome
Senior-to-Senior Program
Shelter photo on day of rescue!

HAPPY NEWS Precious has been approved to go into our senior home setting. With a senior lady (Mary) forever home. It was a perfect match today. Precious will need clearance from our rescue vet to move forward in her forever home. Precious will be seen by our rescue vet tomorrow morning for that clearance. Paws cross that Precious will be cleared to move forward in a forever home. The senior home setting staff have approved the adoption to move forward. Once our vet clears the adoption final process. Our rescue will be backing fully any related medical cost that maybe needed in the future for Precious while in our senior to senior program. As well someone from our rescue will be checking in on Precious once a month.

 Read More about this great program:  CLICK HERE  

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How You Can Help 

We're often asked about how people can help fund
Feral Paws Rescue Group.

With our new Fundraising webpage,
you can Pick. Click. Give.
as many different ways that appeal to you.

From online Searching, 
to online Shopping,
or Workplace Giving,
or buying or selling on Ebay Giving Works,
or simply walking your dog or cat via ResQwalk.

Take a look at the many different options,
and you can Pick. Click. Give.
And remember to use us as your charity cause!

Also, we have the option of a One-Time Donation,
or a Monthly Donation Subscription Option
where you choose what your budget allows.

We sincerely Thank You for your continued support of
Feral Paws Rescue Group.

...every dollar helps toward rescuing more kitties
and giving them a second chance at having 
a safe and loving forever home.
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The Cat Days of Summer!

Hot Weather Tips:  ASPCA  

Animal Protevtion Caucus

USA: Urge Your Representative to Join the Congressional Animal Protection Caucus!

US Congressional Animal Protection Caucus, 114th Congress
Co-Chairs:  Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA)
ASPCA Position:  Support
Action Needed:  Please take a moment to urge your representative to join the Congressional Animal Protection Caucus, a group of U.S. representatives committed to advancing animal welfare legislation in Congress.

 via ASPCA: click here for more! 


Wednesday, August 12, 2015

August Cat Adoption Event!

Come join us for our August Cat Adoption Event
inside Tractor Supply Company
in Clovis, CA.

We look forward to seeing you,
and hope that you find your new best furry friend

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

August Cat of the Month

My Story:
Meet Sabrina!

I'm a 5 year old, female kitty.
I was surrendered to the CCSPCA
due to the death of my caretaker.
I'm very clean and use a litter box.
I like to talk and be held, and I'm very sweet.
I'm fully vetted, and would love to have a new home.
But it would be best to place me in a cat only home.
I'm not very big in size, but I have a lot of love to share!

I'm waiting for you...

If you would like to talk to us about Sabrina

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Saturday, August 1, 2015

Cecil The Lion & Brother Jericho

UPDATE: Jericho is the "brother" to Cecil the lion that was illegally killed several days ago in Zimbabwe. Jericho is now the caretaker of Cecil's cubs (shown below). Jericho has not been killed as was previously reported by Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, and has retracted their statement due to proof of life from Oxford University Department of Zoology/WildCRU.  Their study lion was Cecil, and they also said that Jericho is alive and well (tracking collar showed normal signs of movement). The department also mentioned that both Jericho and Cecil are not brothers, and that unrelated male lions form coalitions to defend their territories.
Why is this news? For the simple reason that the death of Cecil,  has created the scenario of natural law in lion society: when a male dies and his weakened coalition is usurped, the new incoming males kill their predecessors' cubs. With Jericho standing guard, the cubs should be fine.

If Jericho's dies, it may lead to a cascade of death in the lion community.

Why is this so important: simply because these majestic animals are rapidly decreasing. An estimated 30% to 50% decline in 20 years in the last half of the 20th century. Primary causes of the decline include disease, and human interference. Habitat loss and conflicts with humans are considered the most significant threats to the species.

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