As we wind down this crazy year and head towards the end of 2020, we want to thank all of our contributors for you generosity. We wouldn’t be able to help the animals of Grays Harbor County without you! And we appreciate any and all donations & help in 2021.
December 1st is known as Giving Tuesday.
“GivingTuesday, often stylized as #GivingTuesday for the purposes of hashtag activism, refers to the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States. It is touted as a “global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.”
We ask that you consider making a donation to us to help us continue to care for our area animals and our TNR program.
Thank you for your continued support!
It all started with this picture:
This nose shot of our recent adoption fail on social media prompted replies from her kids:
So we asked for more pictures of the kittens and boy have they grown!!
We’ll keep updating on our siblings and their mom as we can. If you want to follow Roy, he can be found on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Wee-Laird-Roy-of-Clan-Morningstar-100189241791335/
As always, if you can help, please click on the “donate now” button to help us care for the animals.
Remember the three kittens born on May 7, 2020? They’re now 14 weeks old and we have updated pictures from their forever moms.
After all of them, but Roy (who was underweight at the time) were fixed, they were sent to their new homes.
As a bonus, Charlotte (their birth mom, who also got fixed), became a “foster fail” – which is a good thing. She has found her forever home with her foster mom (and her five cats). She even has a “boyfriend” out of the bunch (he’s fixed as are the other four).
We hope you’ll continue to support (or if you’re new to us, consider supporting) this group.
Coastal Animal Rescue and Adoption (CARA)
Serving Grays Harbor County
CARA (Coastal Animal Rescue and Adoption) is a nonprofit organization, entirely run by volunteers and supported by your donations. CARA volunteers work to trap and provide veterinary care for stray/feral animals in the Grays Harbor area. We advocate for trap, neuter, return practices for established feral cat colonies to improve the health of our working cats while preventing overpopulation.