For the Cats' Sake is a 501(c)3 organization based in rural Rappahannock County, Virginia. We were founded in 2014 to serve the Piedmont region of Virginia, including Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock and Warren counties.
We invite you to the For the Cats' Sake 2023 Fall Into Winter Auction that begins NOW and ends on Friday, December 1st at 9pm. All items will be awarded to the highest bidders, so good luck! Thank you VERY MUCH to all that have donated items or their time. We appreciate your support and wish you HAPPY BIDDING!
Please note that we will continue to add items throughout the event, so keep coming back to check out the newest items!
For the Cats’ Sake is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to spaying and neutering stray, feral and domesticated cats, and finding them homes through our foster-based adoption program. We help control the cat population by providing low and no-cost spay/neuter services, and operate a T.N.R. program (trap, neuter & return).
WHAT WE DO
SPAY & NEUTER
We provide pet owners with affordable or no-cost spay and neuter services, and transport their cats to a vet or S/N clinic.
T.N.R. (TRAP, NEUTER, & RETURN)
Our volunteers will trap cats on site, overnight at foster facility and transport to vet or S/N clinic. We also recover cats in safety before releasing them back outside. Kittens are socialized and found homes whenever possible.
In addition to T.N.R. for colony cats, our group supports colony caregivers by providing food, winter shelters, and vet care. When a caregiver cannot cope or passes, we will relocate cats to new homes.
MOMS & KITTENS
Moms and kittens are given a safe place. Kittens are then found homes and moms are fixed and adopted or returned to colony caregivers and owners.
We've given many seniors loving cats, and do not discriminate based on age. Often family supports and will take cats if needed, but our group will always take a cat back and find it another home, should health or tragedy occur.
Many outside cats lack shelter in the winter, and we've made hundreds of shelters to be given away free of charge to residents and colony cats. This can be the difference between a cat surviving a frigid night or freezing to death.