Daisy's cat rescue has been doing TNR (*trap, neuter, release) for the local community cats for 10 years and we need your help.
I am a retired daycare provider and was living in a subsidized apartment complex for seniors. I started doing TNR after seeing hundreds of homeless cats and kittens go through mistreatment and illness in my neighborhood. Many of them were abandoned pets from owners who no longer wanted them or can take care of them.
Most of the cats rescued were in poor health. They were often diagnosed with worms, fleas, mites and other infections and bodily injuries.
I set up Daisy's Cat Rescue & became a nonprofit organization in an effort to help mitigate some of the medical and food cost as my social security was barely covering my rent.
In 2018, the senior apartment complex I lived in changed its management. The new management enforced unscrupulous evictions upon its senior and most vulnerable tenants in an effort to raise the stabilized rent. Unfortunately, after countless legal efforts, I and many others were forced to relocate.
Saying goodbye to a home I lived in for over a decade was heart breaking. More so, I worried about all the animals I had rescued and their well being.
We relocated in September 2019 temporarily to the home of a friend in West Virginia.
Instead of fear of losing housing again, we want to own a permanent home from where Daisy's Cat Rescue can continue its rescue efforts.
Please consider donating or sponsoring Daisy's Cat Rescue. You can help us create a permanent shelter and save thousands of unwanted pets from lives of misery or early deaths.
Please donate to our newest fundraiser for a home for Daisy's Cat Rescue.
PS Offline donations accepted, please contact me for info. on how
you can mail a check to Daisy's Cat Rescue Inc. if your prefer.
To read more and follow our story please visit our page at https://www.facebook.com/DaisysCatRescueDaisy's Cat Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Federal Tax ID: 47-3688168