Cats TNR & Rescue was founded in 2012 because of homeless cats living at a local dump. They were surviving in a pile of old tires. The need to help these cats was the idea that ignited and became our rescue.
We work to help alleviate the stray and feral cat population by using a Trap, Neuter, Return program to reduce the serious cat overpopulation. A rehabilitate and adoption program is in place for sociable felines using a foster program.
Our rescue is strictly volunteer but governed by a board of directors. We operate with foster homes and a small shelter. Foster homes are imperative for saving lives and we are always in need.
Fosters care for and socialize rescues while they receive veterinary care including shots, worming and mandatory spay or neuter.
We rely on fund raising and donations for our operating expenses such as veterinary bills, food and supplies for the care of our cats.
In November of 2013 we applied for and received our registered charity status. We can now provide tax receipts for donations.
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2020 Board of Directors
One of our successes. From a pile of tires to a house of their own. The cats that started it all.
Our Veterinary Partners
Minnedosa Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Regan Skelton
Dr. Troy Gowan
Dr. James Comrie
Virden Animal Hospital
Dr. Gita Gunson
Carberry Small Animal Clinic
Dr. Marie North
In 2016, 2017 and 2018 we were honored to receive the Rescue of Choice Award from
the Ian and Rochelle Laing Foundation
In 2017 we also received the Patricia Award and a cash donation of $2000 from the Ian and Rochelle Laing Foundation
Gladstone Vet Clinic
Dr. Tanya Anderson