Stray Cat Assistance
Thank you for reaching out to the Green Street Rescue and Le Cat Café. We appreciate your concern for the health and welfare of the cat or cats that you are contacting us about.
While we are determined to save as many strays as we can, we are temporarily on hold with helping any cats until the end of the month due to an overwhelming number of requests. Please google search other rescues for assistance.
We are a small volunteer run, non-profit rescue organization and have limited capacity and resources.
Every cat that we take in is given the basic veterinary care at an average cost of $110. This cost does not include transportation to vet and foster home, food, litter, cleaning supplies and any other medical issues that the cat may need addressed.
Basic Vetinary Cost Breakdown:
Spay/Neuter – $65Rabies and Distemper – $10Tests for Feline Leukemia and FIV – $20
Flea Treatment – $5-$10Deworm – $5
These costs come out of pocket. If you are looking for assistance, we ask you consider making any size donation to help us offset our costs.
We are currently at capacity and are not taking in cats. Although we are not currently taking cats, you can fill out the form to be placed on the waiting list or to request any other additional assistace. ***Please note exceptions can be made for pregnant females or newborn kittens.
Help Us, Help the Cats
If you are caring for an outdoor cat or colony of cats or have rescued a cat, we can help you with information and services to assist in trapping, rescue, fostering and finding a home for any of your friendly cat(s).
For More Information On:
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Assistance
Please note it’s illegal to abandon an animal, even if it’s in front of our café: (1) A person commits an offense if he wantonly or cruelly illtreats, overloads, beats, otherwise abuses any animal, or neglects any animal as to which he has a duty of care, whether belonging to himself or otherwise, or abandons any animal, or deprives any animal of necessary sustenance, drink, shelter or veterinary care, or access to clean and sanitary shelter which will protect the animal against inclement weather and preserve the animal’s body heat and keep it dry.