Metro Cat Rescue Community Cats
Metro Cat Rescue needs your help so that we can continue to help cats living in the streets. We are DROWNING in bills for food, medical costs and supplies. Please DO donate so that Metro Cat Rescue can be there for community kittens and cats.
Metro Cat Rescue coordinates the volunteer care of many outdoor cats in a number of colonies. We're working hard to bring some inside to socialize and to place in good homes. This takes lots of time, space and money.
Our day with the rescue cats starts at 6am and ends at 8pm. Volunteer feeding of community cats is at dawn.
Many dozens of cats in a number of colonies receive food and clean water every day. Shelters have been constructed for as many as we can. A daily census is taken. If a cat goes missing, a search is conducted to be able to provide medical attention if needed.
Beautiful Venus DeCoco, the cat in the picture above, is one of our success stories. Venus DeCoco was a kitten living in a cared for colony of outdoor cats.
As the chill of autumn set in once and for all, the tyke's health began to fail. Venus was a feral cat when she arrived. Indeed, when first placed in her temporary quarters, Ms. DeCoco delivered a solid bite to a finger with one long tooth neatly bouncing off of the bone.
Venus came to Metro Cat Rescue sick with a cold and had to be kept by herself so as not to infect the other kittens and cats. Missing her life of freedom and friends, the little girl often sobbed with tears falling from her eyes. Very wild, human friendship at first was rejected.
After a trip to the vet, medicine, good food and warmth, Venus DeCoco became well, She has a kitten buddy.
Venus DeCoco's days as a wild cat are oh so last year. Beautiful Venus now loves people and is happy to be held all day.
Anthony Olszewski and friends have been helping cats in need for for many years. We recently began operating under the name Metro Cat Rescue and hope soon to establish a formal organization. All volunteer -- receiving neither grants nor tax payer dollars -- we depend on community support.
Please do help Metro Cat Rescue! All too often I've had to spend my own grocery money to make sure that the cats were well fed. If Metro Cat Rescue had better facilities and a used SUV or van for transportation, there's so much more that we could do.
It's quick and convenient to use the DONATE button. If everyone reading this gave something, we'd be well on the way to providing for suffering cats who have to fend for themselves. THANK YOU!
In secure locations, dishes are provided. For the cats fed in front yards or the sidewalk, just enough dry food that the cats will eat is placed on the ground. This is to keep the ill-intentioned from knowing that cat feeding is taking place there.
Metro Cat Rescue took Venus in. The second picture shows Venus visiting the vet. After a week of warmth and medication, Venus recovered.
The now beautiful Venus DeCoco was introduced to other kittens and soon had a little buddy. For the first few weeks, after a bit of play, Venus still needed to stop to rest.
Venus was nervous the first time that she was brushed, but soon loved every minute of it.
The last picture shows Venus now, starting to get big. Venus, as an outdoor cat, was wild when she arrived. Indeed, a solid bite right to the bone of one finger was her first hello. Venus has become completely tame. Bonded to me, she wants to be held all day.