Why I Support
Cats in our community don't get the care that they need; BCAC fills a need a need in our community by taking care of the sickest and injured stray or feral cats. My passion is caring for these kitties.
What I’m Doing
I don't have silver or gold but you have my friendship and loyalty always. Each $100 donor gets a dozen of my home-baked cookies, shipped anywhere outside of Columbia and hand delivered in Columbia.
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What We Do
Boone County Animal Care is dedicated to helping pets find and stay in loving homes. A significant focus of our group is "trap, spay/neuter and release" as an effort to reduce the overpopulation of cats and kittens.
Why We're Great
Boone County Animal Care is completely foster based. We know our cats well and do our best to match them with adoptive homes. We are also the only area rescue that will invest time and resources on sick or severely injured stray/feral cats or kittens.
Why does your organization deserve community financial support?
Boone County Animal Care believes that every cat matters. By practicing Trap, Neuter, Release, and by treating sick/injured cats and kittens, the homeless cat population is reduced. This mission strengthens our community.
List of Volunteer and In-Kind Needs
Foster homes; cat litter, Purina One kitten food, Purina One Adult food, Royal Canin Babycat food
Total Donations made to Boone County Animal Care by Every Cat Matters
$225 of $2500