Friday, August 25, 2017

Presley Update

Presley is doing better this morning. He's not out of the woods yet, but he's on the road to recovery. Thanks to all of you who donated to his medical fund drive. If you would like to help Presley with his ongoing medical expenses, please click the PayPal button on the right. No donation is too small! And thank you to Sharon for being such a good nurse to our little patient! 

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Our tummies are SO full! In the front: Bruce using his calico sister, Rosalita, as a footstool. Behind them are twins, Gabriel and Malachi, head to head dreaming of their forever home. Is that you?

Monday, August 14, 2017

The Little Cats' Rescue houses 50 rescued cats at our Sanctuary, ranging from two months old to 16 years old. Many of our "lifers" are special needs cats with ongoing (expensive) veterinary needs. TLCRS has been rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming at risk cats for 16 years, never with any paid staff. We are in such a precarious financial position right now, that closing down would seem the only way out. Closing down isn't an option for us though, because this is the only home theses cats have; for some, the only home they've ever known. They were promised a home for life when we rescued them. What are we supposed to do with them if we close down?
TLCR funds are dangerously low, and that's no exaggeration.
If you can find it in your heart and can spare ANY amount, please either use PayPal:, or mail to: 4229 Abaco Court, New Port Richey, FL 34653.
In addition to our normal operating costs for a total of 50 cats, including nine kittens, (cat food, litter, flea meds, electricity, water, cleaning supplies) we have been hit with significant veterinary emergencies and are in need of funds to spay/neuter the remaining six rescued kittens. I'm doing all I know to do, and TLCRS has some wonderful, generous and constant supporters. Sadly, it's just not enough to cover costs each month. Please won't you help in any way possible, and please do share our plight. Thank you with purrs and sandpaper kisses.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Rosie is still a kitten

Rosie is only about nine months old at most.  She came to us with her two kittens, Rosalita and Bruce (born 5/17/17)  They had scabies.  Bowie, (born 3/3/17 or so) clearly a Siamese/Buff tabby mix, was a refugee from the Tarpon Springs sponge docks...he had scabies as well, so they became close friends!  All four are well-healed, spayed or neutered, tested negative for FIV/FeLV,  age-appropriately vaccinated and microchipped.  Rosie is still a kitten herself. Rosalita and Bruce want to stay together.  Rosie would do fine as an only cat...she likes our big dog, but is iffy with other cats.  Depends upon her mood!  Bowie takes a little time to warm up to people, but once he does - he's a lover.

Mama Rosie
Little Rosalita - so lady-like!

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Jordan and Her Kittens

Meet Jordan and her four precious little babies! Jordan is just a baby herself at only 8 months, but she's such a good mama. Here she is nursing her kittens, and in the video below, she's training them to eat solid food. We plan to give each of the kittens "river" names like their mom. We're so happy to have rescued them from certain demise. Thank you, Suong Chau, for keeping them safe 'til you got them here!

If you would like to adopt Jordan or any of her kittens once they are ready for adoption, please click here for an application. Or to help sponsor this little family and assist us with their initial testing, vaccination, and spay/neuter expenses, you can click the PayPal link on the right to make a tax-deductible donation. A family of five requires a lot of resources that we are desperately low on, so we could really use your help. Thank you! >^..^<

Monday, April 24, 2017

Food Donation Drive

We've had so many expensive veterinary situations, our finances are pretty low. So, we need to ask our fans to make a tax-deductible donation towards feeding the 40 cats residing at The Little Cats' Rescue Sanctuary. It typically costs $500 a month to give them a good quality dry food, and we try to give them a good quality canned food a few times a week. 

Thank you so much!