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 Street Cat Rescue will be Celebrating its 10h Anniversary this Year!

To see our recent newsletter already launched click HERE

Street Cat Rescue made the Catster Magazine! Get your copy today!

Yes, the September/October issue features our story!

Tickets to our Big Annual Event - On sale now!

"Cat-tails and Cocktails at the Caswell House" -

Celebrating our 10th Year Anniversary!

Thursday, October 27th, 2016 6:30pm-9:30pm

A big thank you to all who came out and made the evening a success! And to all who couldn't make the event, but bought squares for our reveal the picture fundraiser!  We made over $11,300 which will provide the food and litter for the cats in our care, for most of the year!

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Amplify Austin's 24 Hour Day of Giving was a huge success!
A HUGE thank you to all who donated on this day, helping us reach over $10,000!

 

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Adoption Events coming soon at the Petco LaFrontera! Stay tuned!

 

 For a nice presentation of what Street Cat Rescue is all about, click here

  Street Cat Rescue is an all-volunteer 501c(3) non-profit organization,

 founded by Donna Powell in 2006.   


Street Cat Rescue's Mission: 

  • Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) of Stray and Feral Cats in the Austin, TX and surrounding areas
  • Adoptions of Socialized Cats and Kittens from Feral Cats.
  • Provide Help for Sick and Injured Cats and Helping People Keep their Pets.
  • Educating the Public on TNR and the importance of Spaying and Neutering Pets

 

Street Cat Rescue is always looking for people interested in Helping the Forgotten and fulfilling our mission.  Please see our How to Help Page for more information.

If you are interested in becoming a TNR Leader in Your Neighborhood - Click Here

 

Note: Who is that Cat in the Bluebonnets? "Frankie" named by Donna Powell, founder of Street Cat Rescue, passed away suddenly on Labor Day Weekend 2007, at the age of three.  He was a very special cat and was inspiration behind the formation of Street Cat Rescue. He will be greatlymissed by many and leaves behind his mother "Kitty Mama".  Read Frankie's heartwarming story Here.

 

 

 

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