Feral Paws Rescue

Feral Paws Rescue: What Rescue Really Is About

by Paula Hunsacker

Many, I am sure, don’t understand my drive to walk into a high-kill shelter daily and work endless hours to save just one life of a cat that will die in three to five days! I never ask for a pat on the back for what I am doing. Just that you respect me for fighting for the life of cats that will not make it out of a high kill shelter! Unless you have personally worked with a rescue, you can never truly understand the horror we see every day.

Feral Paws Rescue: The Perfect Homes

by Lupe Gore

One mission of Feral Paws Rescue after pulling cats from a high-kill shelter is to find the perfect home for the cats who are deemed adoptable. Some cats who come to the rescue are shy, fearful of their new surroundings, especially after losing the home they were accustomed to, and others are naturally friendly either to their human caretaker, other cats or both.

Feral Paws Rescue: Every Life Matters! Sterling, Matthew, PawPaw, and Simon

by Lupe Gore

Feral Paws Rescue regularly receives calls from the CCSPCA (Fresno) for cats they deem unadoptable or cats who are not adopted within their allowed time to be on-site. Often the cats are scared to be at the shelter so they seem unadoptable. Or maybe they’re too old or have a disability, so they’re tagged as rescue-only. Many just need more time to adjust, but Feral Paws Rescue is always there for them no matter what the reason.

Feral Paws Rescue: Golden Years

by Lupe Gore

Golden years. Those years when one is supposed to be living a life of leisure without a care in the world, secure in their life situation, and secure in their home. This month, we will profile three cats who thought they were in such circumstances but were sadly surrendered to the CCSPCA by the humans they trusted. Two of them are ten-year-old siblings who were put into separate kennels while at the shelter. The third one felt so betrayed he was starting to shut down. Feral Paws Rescue saved them all.

Feral Paws Rescue: 4 Cats & 2 Dogs Find Rescue

by Paula Hunsaker

Our rescue over the years has seen and been through so much that is heartbreaking and joyful at times. But there are times when you have to stop and question the human race. I have learned over time that there is a huge difference between the mind of the public and the work of rescue. I have found over time that there are some very heartless humans. We get so attached to our rescue pets and some even become forever pets with the rescue.

Feral Paws Rescue: Pepper

by Lupe Gore

This month we’re featuring a beautiful young lady cat pulled from the CCSPCA (Fresno) by Feral Paws Rescue.
I will introduce you to Pepper. She is four years old, with a beautiful black and brown swirl tabby coat and little white mittens on her feet. She was an owner surrender to the shelter after being with her previous humans since she was five weeks old, apparently after being advertised as a free kitten on a web site.



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