RCR appeals for donations in face of unprecedented number of cats

Regina Cat Rescue (RCR) is appealing for financial support in the face of unprecedented number of cats rescued in 2019.

As of Oct. 2, 2019, RCR has rescued 430 cats and kittens. In comparison:

  • we rescued 401 cats in 2018

  • we rescued 403 cats in 2017

We currently have 237 cats in care. Most of which are kittens who’ll need sterilization surgery in the coming weeks.

Quest’s feeling so much better after his badly injured leg was amputated on Sept. 27. To see a close up of his amputation, click here.

Funds donated pay for veterinary care, which is RCR’s biggest expense and reached $165,000 in 2018. Without financial support from the public, RCR won’t be able to help cats in pain like Quest.

Quest landed in our care on Friday, Sept. 27 suffering from a badly damaged leg after it was caught in a trap. An incredibly sweet cat who’s otherwise healthy, Quest was facing euthanization. RCR intervened and was able to give him a second chance at life. Now this loving boy is pain free and will soon be available for adoption.

If you want to help cats like Quest, and hundreds of other cats and kittens rescued from the streets, please donate today. With cold weather approaching, the need has never been greater.

Donations can be made by cash, cheque, PayPal and e-transfer. All donations of $10 or more will receive a tax receipt.

Cheques can be mailed to:

Regina Cat Rescue
PO Box 33066
Regina, SK S4T 7X2

E-transfers and PayPal donations can be directed to: treasurer@reginacatrescue.com. Please use the word “rescue” as the answer to the e-transfer security question.

For more information about donating, please visit reginacatrescue.com/donate.

Regina Cat Rescue is a volunteer-run, registered charity and receives no government funding.