We are selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a beautiful full-size quilt.
The winning ticket will be drawn on November 2nd, 2018. Winner need not be present to win. You may buy tickets at the center or go through Paypal or you may also mail a check made payable to:
1117 Dick Pond Road
Surfside Beach, SC 29575
Your ticket stub(s) will be mailed to you.
Kitten season is upon us!
With our year-round mild weather, kitten season is never really over, but spring is an especially busy time. We get many calls of people finding kittens…but what is the best thing to do if you find a baby? Well, the answer is maybe not what you think it is. If the baby is not in danger, the best thing to do is wait and watch.
Why? The mother may be off hunting or may be in the process of moving her kittens in her mouth, one by one. This means she may leave her babies unattended for up to hours at a time. So, you need to wait hours, or even up to a day, to find out if the kittens is truly on its own.
If you do discover that it’s on its own, and take the kitten in, keep in mind that baby kittens require round the clock care. Between bottle feeding every few hours, burping after meals (yes just like a human baby!) and needing help going to the bathroom, by taking the kitten in, you are essentially becoming its surrogate mom.
If you do find out that there is a mom in the area, once the kittens are old enough to not need to nurse off the mother, getting her trapped, spayed and released as soon as possible is the best thing you can do. And then, do the same when the kittens are big enough.
This will help prevent a repeat of the current situation and will also make for healthier, happier cats. For more information on low–cost spaying and neutering, please give us a call.
Please take a moment to vote for us (if you haven’t yet already) for a chance for us to win a grant from Petco Foundation. We are a Holiday Wishes finalist for 2016 and are now competing in the Holiday Wishes People’s Choice Bonus Round. You can help us win up to $25,000!
You can vote 1 time and voting ends Saturday, December 31 at 11:59 PM CT.
Just choose our story from the options (alphabetical by shelter name, see screenshot to the left) and hit submit at the very bottom of the page. Easy as pie! Vote here: https://poll.fbapp.io/2016-holiday-wishes-finalists
During a recent Board of Directors meeting, it was decided that since our VETERANS give SOOOO MUCH of themselves to keep us FREE, Sav-R-Cats would like to “THANK THEM FOR THEIR SERVICE” by reducing the adoption fee for any Veteran (with ID card) who would like to adopt a cat from Sav-R-Cats.
Some animal shelters and rescue groups charge up to $100 for adopting a cat. Sav-R-Cats’ adoption fee is $70 and VETERANS would pay a reduced fee of $50.00.
Adoption fee includes a wellness exam, spaying/neutering, first shots, worming/flea treatments and rabies vaccination if the kitten is old enough.
We are located at:
South Seas Village Plaza
1117 Hwy. 544
Surfside Beach, SC 29575