Friday, August 21, 2015

Cat Sanctuary Roof Repair

The Little Cats' Rescue Sanctuary is in dire need of roof repair. Our sanctuary is home to 50 formerly homeless cats and one amazing dog. The house was built in the 1970s and purchased specifically for cat rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming by our founder. Founded in 2002, The Little Cats' Rescue has successfully rehomed over 1,000 cats and done Trap Neuter, Return (TNR) for hundreds of cats. We've never had any paid staff and survive solely on donations. Rest assured that 100% of your donations will always go to the care and housing of our rescued cats. 

Thank you so much for caring!


Click the PayPal button to donate online, 
or you can mail a donation check to:
The Little Cats' Rescue
4229 Abaco Ct.
New Port Richey, FL 34653


Wednesday, August 19, 2015



Rest in Peace, sweet Scottie. You were born 11/1/09, arrived at TLCR 7/28/10, and departed this world at 3:30 a.m. 8/19/15 while in my arms. You were an angel - and now you really are one. Always a joy - never a problem. You went to all the adoption events without even a whimper. I will miss you, sweet one.
Scottie was diagnosed with "probably FIP" about six months ago. I've given him palliative care, and watched closely as he deteriorated in health. Yesterday was day three of not eating, so I was going to have him euthanized today - as his breathing was becoming labored. I am so grateful that he passed on his own, in his own bed, in my arms. I spoke with him softly for the few hours it took, easing his transition. It was am amazing experience, as it always is when a loved one goes peacefully, naturally, on to the next plane. Josie Spadaro Carr, thank you for being Scottie's sponsor. heart emoticon

Saturday, June 6, 2015

UPDATE:  KiKi has gone on to the Rainbow Bridge.  She got to us too late.  

This precious kitty is KiKi. She is a two-year old Himalayan girl who has gone from a hoarder situation to a home of neglect - as you can see from her picture. (her eyes are actually blue) Pretty much most of her body looks like this. I rescued her today and took her to our vet, who said she seems to be in good health except for this horrible skin condition. She had been basically living in a litter box, eating litter, for a month. When she is all healed, emotionally and physically,we will hopefully rehome her. If you would like to sponsor KiKi, or foster her, please email me at thelittlecats@gmail.com She will need to be spayed and vaccinated.   No cat deserves to live like that, and no cat deserves to be killed because of this. You could use our Paypal link on the side of the page, or mail to our address.