₱2,600.00Donated So Far
We take care of over 30 cats in the campus of St. Joseph's Academy of Las Pinas, Philippines. We are raising funds for their daily food, medicines for ill pets, and for their cat sanctuary.
We got an 🅰️!Update posted by Angelica Lopez at 01:30 am
We got an !We added “Adopt” to our #TNVRC (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return-Care + Adopt) project woth the #SJACampusCats and got one of the cats adopted Thank you Ma’am Millette for adopting our little ‘Chief’ and welcoming him to your loving family! Thank you also to the Las Pinas City Veterinary Office team
Grandpa GarfieldUpdate posted by Angelica Lopez at 01:23 am
Let the sunshine in for 2022! Our oldest campus cat, fondly called Grandpa Garfield, enjoying the sunshine today! We feel him as well, as we were able to receive donations at the start of the year!Thank you so much for your donations Donnalee Villanueva Trono and Maricon Lopez-Santiago!Thru your generous
Thank you so much to our donors!Update posted by Angelica Lopez at 01:16 am
Thank you so much to our donors Ms. Armi Gonzales, Ms. Donnalee Villanueva, & Ms. Maricon Santiago!
Thank you so much to our donors!Update posted by Angelica Lopez at 12:02 pm
Thank you so much to Rocel, Lelet, Ann, Tex, Rachelle, and Armi for the cash and cat food donations!
Thank you so much to our donors!Update posted by Angelica Lopez at 11:58 am
Thank you so much to ITC Pet Mart for the Minino cat food for our campus cats!
Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return-Care (TNVRC) during pandemicUpdate posted by Angelica Lopez at 03:49 am
Sustaining this project was a big challenge during this especially during this pandemic, but we did not give up. We thank all those who believed, supported, and exerted extra effort to help us continue caring for the campus cats, from providing for their cat food, adding roof to the sanctuary,
Food for CatsUpdate posted by Angelica Lopez at 06:25 am
We are in need of 4kg of cat food per day to feed the SJA Campus Cats.The cats are being fed once a day. They rely on us for their daily sustenance.
Coffee, Tea, or Tofu?Update posted by Angelica Lopez at 06:09 am
Our sweet little man, Tofu, has been adopted! We first saw Tofu roaming the campus and following humans around. He has been dewormed and vaccinated by our partner vet, The Pawsh Vet, and will be neutered in the coming months. Thank you to Ms. Marianne and family for adopting Tofu!
Raise (funds for) The RoofUpdate posted by Angelica Lopez at 05:54 am
As the rainy season sets in, we need to repair the roof of our cat sanctuary to make sure that our campus cats are warm and dry, for them not to get sick. Our elderly, recuperating, and adoptable cats reside in the sanctuary.