Rutherford County Cat Rescue TNR
We are a small, but growing volunteer-based, non-profit 501c3 organization. In 2013, four friends came across the outstanding needs of the many cats in our community. We officially formed the 'Rutherford County Cat Rescue' effective January 1st, 2015.
Our goals are to decrease the number of unwanted and homeless cats by spaying/neutering, and provide veterinary care for sick or injured strays, ferals, and pets in need who's guardians are on a fixed income or disabled.
Our volunteers spend many hours doing TNR, transporting cats to vets, fundraising, and finding foster & loving permanent homes.
As a small, but growing organization, we believe no cat should be uncared for. This is where we need your help! Please donate to help pay for veterinarian bills, food, medicine, TNR supplies, traps, towels, bait food like mackerel or tuna, small wall heaters, plastic floor liners, and the many needs of these cats!
-The Rutherford County Cat Rescue TNR Team
All proceeds are tax-deductible and used for spay, neuter, and emergency vetting for our community kitties! (Thank you for sharing!)
Our small team of volunteers have trapped, spayed, neutered, and found fosters (and hopefully forever homes soon) for young kittens AND sweet adult strays all over Rutherford Co.... from Jack in the Box, Taco Bell, various hotels in Mboro, Lavergne TN Convenience Center, and MTSU! Thank you for your donations so we can continue to help our homeless community kitties!
I donated, and want to be sure it goes to Val for his wheelchair, what a strong Lil man ❤️
The black cat w/ the blue wallpaper in the background looks just like my cat that got through my screen window last fall, I named him Spike because he had a super bushy tail as a kitten, does anyone have any info on that black cat? I see there's a mark on his face that Spike did not have but that could be a scar that's new, I live around the Riverdale hs area.