We need your help as much as you may need ours. We ARE NOT A SHELTER but
a very small network of volunteer fosters. IF
YOU CAN FOSTER A CAT WE WILL FIND A HOME. WE DON'T HAVE A BUILDING, WE NEED
FOSTER HOMES & DONATIONS TO BE ABLE TO RESCUE CATS. Before OFCR can consider
taking in Olmsted Falls cats, you must call mayor Ann Marie Donegan and
report the incident and to seek assistance. This
is a city wide issue that the city of Olmsted Falls needs to start handling.
Ann's number is 440-235-2833.
We are teeming with cats and kittens and the longer it takes us to move
the cats and kittens we have, the longer a suffering cat or kitten has to
wait for help. So if you can't provide a forever home, Please consider
becoming a foster
parent to cat or kitten in desperate need. * If you live near Olmsted
Falls, OH please print and hang up our
Cats for Adoption Flyer & our
Veronica was found living outside with a litter of kittens. She was thin,
covered in fleas, sick and had been physically abused. She was
afraid of her rescuers, however, she allowed herself to be pet, washed in a
tub, and handled. Since her rescue, she's made a lot of progress.
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to arrange your adoption or call (440) 840 - 2900
In 2009 Brandi Lynn Borgia began rescuing feral cats that were living in
her parking lot. When she contacted city officials and learned there were no
animal rescue or control services she knew the cats couldn't be left outside
to continue mating and suffering.