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Cactus Cats Rescue
P.O. Box 50673
Phoenix, AZ 85044
480-814-8801
inquiry@cactuscatsrescue.net
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WELCOME TO Cactus Cats Rescue!
Within the heart of every stray lies the singular desire to be loved.
Cactus Cats Rescue is a a non-profit 501(c)3, "No-kill" rescue organization. We are a group of volunteers, most of whom have been in the rescue 'business' for 30+ years. We are dedicated to finding forever homes for every kitty! All of our kitties reside in foster homes with knowledgable and caring foster parents and their families. We work closely with other rescue groups and animal shelters and all of your donations are tax deductible!
Our mission is to find loving homes for our adoptable cats and help educate the public on the care, safety and need to have their pets spayed or neutered.

Our Mission Statement
We serve the following cities, towns and/or counties:

Maricopa County
Ahwatukee
Chandler
Gilbert
Mesa
Phoenix
Pinal County


Educational and Helpful Links
Spay/Neuter programs                                   
Adoption or Lost Pets links
Educational
Pet Food Assistance Programs
Kitty of the month

Draven

Draven's story is a sad one. She came to me with her newborn kittens and she was a great kitty mom. However, one kitten passed after birth. Then a few weeks later her other kittens began to get sick. They were all taken to the Vet and Draven tested positive for Felv (feline leukemia). Unfortunately only one of Draven's kittens survived the rest sucumbed to the virus. Draven took great care of her baby and he grew up strong and was adopted into his forever home. 
However, Draven is still with me. She is a bit on the chunky side because she lives by herself because she can't live with other cats. She is very healthy and can live a long happy life if given the chance. She will need a good healthy diet and regular yearly Vet visits. She is very friendly and craves the attention from people. Just because Draven carries the virus does not mean she is not healthy, she is. The virus is a cat virus so it can not be passed to dogs or people. This virus mainly kills kittens because they do not have an immune system developed yet, which is why it is deadly to kittens. 

Draven needs a home where she will be kept healthy, loved and a place to call her own. 

Draven has a special adoption rate to find her a forever home. 

If you are interested in Draven or have any questions please contact me through our hotline, ask for her foster mom Monica 

*** Compassionate Adoption *** 

UPDATE 
Draven was abandoned by her adopter who felt she was a throwaway pet. So Draven is now back in our care and again awaiting for her forever home.