Pals

MISSION STATEMENT:

Prevent the euthanization of in need cats and kittens in the Tri-Valley Shelters, provide their medical needs and Foster to Adopt them through our Rescue

OUR GOALS:

  • Help identify cats and kittens in shelters that are highly adoptable, but that may be overlooked because of their stress or fear levels.
  • Provide medical care for cats and kittens; many are passed over in shelters because of conditions that can be successfully treated.
  • Work with other local organizations to provide rescue opportunities for a greater number of cats and kittens.
  • Strengthen network connections between rescue organizations so we can all work together towards our common goal of saving cats and kittens.

Recent Success Stories

Allie’s Pals Cat Rescue is a proud recipient of funding from Maddie’s Fund® (www.maddiesfund.org), helping to achieve a no-kill nation. #ThanksToMaddie
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Latest Facebook Post

Siblings Dusty and Ishani are ready for their families to adopt them! Although these cuties can be adopted separately, preference will be given to applicants who would like to add double fun to their home! Dusty and Ishani are being fostered by Jennifer at (925) 963-6509. ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy faces all around! Congratulations to everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
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If you’re interested in fostering, the cats and kittens NEED YOU! Allie’s Pals Cat Rescue provides the supplies and, in conjunction with our amazing vet partners, all necessary medical care. Send us a private message for more information on how to save lives!If you say you are fostering an animal, but it has received no vaccines, no dewormer, no flea treatment, no testing and no medical exam then you are not fostering. 👎🏻 You are merely feeding that animal until you find somewhere else for it to go where it may or may not receive proper vetting. Rescuing an animal is not simply picking up an animal and giving it food, water and shelter (though it’s a good start!). Rescuing ALWAYS involves veterinary care, even if the animal doesn’t appear to be sick. If you want to rescue or foster, do it through an organization. It’s the easiest, best, most secure way to do it. And they could all use your help. 😻 ... See MoreSee Less
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