It is with great sadness to have to announce that our beloved Sue Farrell, has passed away from cancer at the young age of 47. She was the heart and soul of SAVES and will be greatly missed by us and everyone that knew her. She was a very kind, warm, generous, and caring person and always had a smile for all and a warm cuddle for all of her feline friends. Our hearts are broken but we will remember her always.
Saves is a 501c3 non profit organization and is dependent upon donations. All contributions go directly to providing care for rescued cats TNR, and the care of feral cat colonies. All our support comes from the generosity of individuals like you.
See how your financial contribution can help:
Your donation of:
$10.00 can feed a hungry stray/feral cat
$25.00 assists in providing shelter for a homeless cat. Also can help to pay for medication for a sick or injured cat.
$50.00 can pay for a spay or neuter surgery for a stray/feral cat which will in turn help to reduce the overpopulation of kittens & cats in our communities.
$75.00 can pay for a humane “tru catch” trap which is the “T” in TNR! (trap, neuter, return)
$100.00 can help to keep this organization going!
We thank you and so do our furry friends!
Kitten season is coming soon!
If you have feral cats in your area, and would like to help out your community to lower the population of stray & feral cats, this is an excellent video with lots of great information! SAVES can assist by lending humane traps for this use.
Join SAVES this Sunday, October 16th at the Riverhead Petco from 11-3 as we celebrate National Feral Cat Day! Come and see our beautiful & playful kittens & cats that are up for adoption. We will also be providing helpful information on how you can help stray & feral cats in your community. We are also welcoming food donations for our furry friends! Every little bit helps! See you Sunday… meow!
The growing number of stray and feral cats on Long Island is astounding. Just take a look at this poster and see what one unspayed cat can amount to in just a short time. As much as SAVES would love to be able to assist people with this problem in their community, we have limited resources and sadly not enough volunteers. What we can do, is help by lending out humane traps and offering advice on how to safely trap the cat (s) and where you may be able to obtain low cost spay/neuter in your area. Here is a link to a very good resource with information on how to conduct TNR (trap, neuter, return) in your community. http://www.alleycat.org/community-cat-care-category/tnr/tnr-trapping/. They provide very useful information.