Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization
501(c)3 Non-Profit, No-Kill Cat and Kitten Rescue



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"Nellie"is such a loving cat! She craves attention. She loves to sit on your lap to knead & purr. She will follow you around and listens were well. She's been in foster care for almost a year now. She has watch kitten after kitten go into their forever homes, but sadly since she is an adult she gets passed by. Don't you have it in your heart to offer her a forever home? Contact us today!

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When introducing a new cat to your current feline friend, remember that close feline friendships can take anywhere from seconds to months. As long as your cats are not fighting in bloody brawls, you can let them hiss, growl and chase until they figure out their hierarchy. Please keep in mind though, there is a proper way to introduce cats, you can not just put them in the same room together for the first time and walk away. Rather the introduction needs to be gradual and you should be present. For more details on the proper way of introducing cats, please feel free to drop us an e-mail.

Cat Urine Odor Removal Recipe

For anyone that has problems in their house with the odor from cat urine, particularly on carpeting, this is the recipe for you! Believe me, I've tried almost every product out on the market today and honestly haven't had one work for me yet. This is a very simple recipe to make, the ingredients are easy to find and it really eliminates the cat urine odor! To make a single batch, you will need 12 ounces of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, 1/2 teaspoon of Ajax dishwashing liquid soap, 1 1/2 teaspoon Arm & Hammer baking soda and a empty plastic spray bottle to put solution in once it is mixed up. If you have a large area that needs odor removal, you may need to double or triple the recipe. Mix all three ingredients together using a plastic spoon (not metal). Once it is mixed pour into your empty spray bottle. Always discard unused portion, because the oxygen in the peroxide mixed with these other products can make it all bubble up and out of the container leaving a big mess. Now for the fun part. You have to find all the old stains and odors, otherwise your cat will continue to go back to the same spot. Once you find the areas of urine, spray the spot with the solution evenly, making sure to saturate the carpet and the padding under the carpet (you may want to do a spot test on your carpet or furniture first, but it has never left a stain on anything I have used it on.) Once the whole urine area is saturated block it off to keep people or your pets from walking on it until it is completely dry. Do not blot up any of the formula because the stains need to be saturated thoroughly and left to air dry on its own. After it has dried completely, vacuum spot to remove any white powder left over from the baking soda. Scotch guarded carpet takes a while to absorb the liquid, but after it sits for a awhile it will absorb into the carpet and padding. You may have to pour a little extra solution on this type of carpet. This solution has worked on both fresh and old odors for me. The main ingredient in this recipe is peroxide, it works by bringing the urine to the top of the carpet and is removed by the oxygen molecules. Just a note, the smell of the urine may get worse when you saturate it with the solution before it gets better. The solution is literally pulling all the hidden odors to the top of the surface so that it can be dissolved for good. I just had to share this recipe because it really worked well for me!

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Please Spay and Neuter Your Pets!!!!!

Did you know each day 10,000 humans are born in the U.S. and each day 70,000 puppies and kittens are born. As long as these birth rates exist, there will never be enough homes for all the animals. As a result, millions of healthy, loving cats, dogs, kittens and puppies face early deaths as a form of animal control. Others are left to fend for themselves against automobiles, the elements, animals and cruel humans. What can you do to stop the suffering? Spay and neuter your pets!

An unspayed female cat, her mate and all of their offspring, producing 2 litters per year, with 2.8 surviving kittens per litter can total:

  • 1 year .. 12 cats
  • 2 years ...... 67 cats
  • 3 years ........ 376 cats
  • 4 years .......... 2,107 cats
  • 5 years ............ 11,800 cats
  • 6 years .............. 66,088 cats
  • 7 years .................. 370,092 cats
  • 8 years ...................... 2,072,514 cats
  • 9 years ........................ 11,606,077 cats


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Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. operates as a 501(c)3 non-profit New Jersey corporation and is completely dependent on donations and adoption fees to support its activities. None of the volunteers within our organization are compensated employees. All donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. No cat or kitten leaves S.W.R.O. without completely being vetted. That includes, age appropriate vaccinations, spaying or neutering, de-worming treatments, feline leukemia/FIV testing and the AVID microchip. We do not euthanize any healthy animal under any circumstances!

This lifesaving work is critical for many of these warm, loving, affectionate and unfortunate cats whose only crimes were being born, not wanted, becomming homeless or even lost. Won't you please help us make a difference in these orphaned animals lives by considering a donation? Remember, all our funds raised go completely to the care of the cats and kittens we rescue. If you are interested in making a monetary donation you can click on the Pay Pal donation button above to make a fast, free and secure donation online OR you can send a check or money order made payable to Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. and kindly mail it to: S.W.R.O. at P.O. Box 1674, Voorhees, NJ 08043.


We have been in operation for a little over three years now and have helped many cats since then. We need your help so that our future years will be an even greater success. All we're asking is, if every person that visited our website would contribute only $5 or what you could afford, to help us to continue to pay for the necessary veterinary care that each one of our rescue kitties receives. Your generous donation would help ease the burden on our founder and our many wonderful volunteers. Your donation would basically help us, to be able to continue to help them.

Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization Inc. is not funded by the government nor any other organization and operates on a very small budget. Your donation of only $5 will allow us to keep taking in the many needy cats that we come across on a daily basis.

So please, join in and help contribute! Send our link to all your friends and family and ask them to contribute too!!!! Let's prove that through small donations the world can be changed! Credit and debit card donations can be made through our secure paypal connection, just click on the link above and below, make a donation and you will be making a difference in the animal world today!



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The amazing cat that started it all is "WHISKERS" (see "Whiskers" pictured above). He was rescued from an abusive owner. Though he was a trusting and sweet boy, that did not stop his owner from abusing him so severely that he was paralyzed for more than ten weeks. Whiskers injuries included a broken back, cracked ribs, broken teeth and several visible abrasions. When this poor baby was rescued, he was thin and dirty and in tremedous pain. He had been kept in a cold, porcelain bathtub by his owner because he was paralyzed and could not make it to his litter box. To complicate matters, "Whiskers" has a damaged retina, most likely inflicted from blunt trauma to his eye according to the vet who treated him. Happily, though, "Whiskers" is now SAFE at home with the founder of S.W.R.O. Hence, the story of our mascot cat who is the inspiration behind Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. ...there are too many silent "Whiskers" suffering every minute, of every day. It is our hope that with your help and support we can make a difference with our rescue.

Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. (S.W.R.O.) was founded by Pamela J. Ott, a certified veterinary technician, and was incorporated May 6, 2003. S.W.R.O. is a non-profit organization, dedicated to saving the lives of countless felines by rescuing injured, abused, abandoned and homeless cats and kittens, providing veterinary care and shelter through our foster care program, until they can be placed into permanent homes.

Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service and donations are completly tax exempt. S.W.R.O is an all-volunteer organization which relies solely on monetary donations. None of the volunteers within our organization are compensated employees. All our are funds go directly toward the care of the cats we rescue. S.W.R.O. is supported by volunteers and concerned citizens who believe that all living creatures have a value in and of themselves and are deserving of an acceptable quality of life. So many of these unfortunate animals are victims of pet overpopulation, therefore, this lifesaving work that S.W.R.O. does is critical!

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If you are interested in adopting one of our kitties, please fill out our online adoption application Click here for S.W.R.O.'s Adoption Application or call us and request that one be sent to you. Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. prides itself on quality adoptions and works hard to create the perfect person/pet match. Our adoption policies are strict, but our 100% return policy requires us to make the right match from the start.

Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. . we only place our cats with loving people in good, permanent homes. You must be at least 21 years old to adopt a cat from Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. . Cats can live on an average of 15 to 20 years. During a cat's lifetime, the cat's owner often experiences life changes, like moving, getting a roommate, dating, getting married, getting divorced, acquiring other pets, going to college, traveling, and having babies. We only adopt to people who will commit to making the adjustments necessary to keep their cat for the cat's entire life, even if faced with lifes many challenges.

In addition, we only place our cats with people who satisfactorily complete our adoption application, meet with us and the kitty they are interested in adopting, give us 3 favorable references plus a veterinarian reference, and sign our adoption agreement. Saved Whiskers reserves the right to decline any adoption at our sole discretion. Please remember that S.W.R.O. reserves the right to approve or deny any application. No animal will be adopted to prospective owners who mislead and/or fail to provide accuarate information on the adoption application. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at

Please remember that S.W.R.O. reserves the right to approve or deny any application. No animal will be adopted to prospective owners who mislead and/or fail to provide accuarate information on the adoption application.



Be 21 years of age or older.

Have identification showing your current address.

Have the knowledge and consent of your landlord (if applicable).

Be willing to make a life long commitment to the care and humane treatment of the pet you are about to adopt.

Sign an Adoption Agreement upon placement of an animal from S.W.R.O.





Once you have chosen the cat that you would like to adopt, please take some time to fill out the required adoption application either on-line or by calling us to receive an application by mail or fax. Please answer all questions honestly.

Once S.W.R.O. receives your application, it will be reviewed and references will be checked. It may take a couple of days from the time you complete your adoption application until your new kitty can come home. The length of time can depend on how easy it is to reach veterinary and other references. If you rent your home, we will need some evidence that cats are permitted where you live, and that there are no limitations on cat ownership that would conflict with our adoption policies.

Once your application is approved, we will set up an appointment either to bring the cat to your home or meet you at a convenient place to complete the adoption process. In order to complete the adoption process an adoption agreement needs to be read, agreed to and signed by the person responsible for the adopted pet. Veterinary records for the adopted cat will be provided as part of the adoption process. You will need a cat carrier to safely transport the cat at all times.

If you are approved for an adoption, we will ask that you purchase the same type of food that the cat has been eating. If you wish to feed the cat a different type of food later on, you will need to transition to the new food over a 10 day period otherwise the cat may experience gastrointestinal upsets. We do recommend using a premium food, such as Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul for all cats and kittens-good nutrition helps maintain the cat's health, coat, and teeth over its lifetime. Premium food is especially important for preventing urinary tract infections that can cause a cat a great deal of pain and even death.


S.W.R.O. recommends feeding Chicken Soup For The Cat Lover's Soul because it contains fresh, natural, whole ingredients from each of the five food groups: meat, dairy, fruit, grain and vegetables, to provide a balanced, nutritious and healthful diet for your cat. Chicken Soup For The Cat Lover's Soul is formulated with added antioxidant vitamins, and is rich in Omega 6 and Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids for a silky coat and optimum health. For all the stages of your cat's life, Chicken Soup For The Cat Lover's Soul exclusively uses only the highest quality protein, foods that you yourself would eat. Chicken Soup For The Cat Lover's Soul is a pet food to take advantage of fresh whole ingrediants to create a cat food unequaled in nutrition and health benefits. Wholesome Food for a Healthier Cat! To learn more about Chicken Soup For The Cat Lover's Soul, Please click on the Food Icon above.


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Cat or Kitten:$85
Pair of Cats or Kittens:$135
Surrender Fee Per Cat:$100

The animals available for adoption from S.W.R.O. come from a variety of sources. All our animals are examined and treated by a licensed veterinarian and their health is continually monitored while under our care. Our adoption fee includes all age-appropriate vaccinations, examinations, deworming, nail trims, feline leukemia/FIV testing, Advantage Flea topical, and the AVID microchip.

If necessary, treatment for ticks, ear mites or any other aliment will also be done. All cats and kittens rescued by S.W.R.O. will be bathed. All these necessary treatments that are done by S.W.R.O. would cost you much more if your veterinarian were to do them for you. All cats wil be spayed or neutered prior to adoption. The adoption fee also helps to cover the expense of food and litter while the cat is under our foster care program. S.W.R.O. is a not-for-profit organization. All fees go directly towards the care of cats rescued by S.W.R.O. We thank-you for considering our organization for adoption and we will do our best to assist you in finding the right animal that is compatible with your lifestyle.

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S.W.R.O. Adoption Fee Includes:

Rabies Vaccination
Feline Distemper Vaccination & boosters
Feline Leukemia/Feline AIDS Testing
Multiple Worming Treatments
Advantage Topical for fleas
Ear Mite Check/Treatment
AVID Microchip
Nail Trims
S.W.R.O. Adoption Fee Includes:

Spaying/Neutering for both
Rabies Vaccination for both
Distemper Vaccinations & boosters for both
Leukemia/AIDS Testing for both
Multiple Worming Treatments for both
Advantage Topical for Fleas for both
Ear Mite Check/Treatment for both
AVID Microchip for both
Nail Trims for both
Bath for both


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Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. is looking for volunteers to help with fostering, fundraising, or any other skills you have to offer. If this is something that is of interest to you, please contact us today at



A big part of what Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. does involves fostering cats until permanent homes can be found for them. A cat can be in foster care for as little as a few days or as long as year. We are always in need of reliable foster homes. If you are thinking of adopting a cat, fostering is a great way to find out if a cat is indeed the right companion animal for you. If you have no previous cat experience, we will match you with a low-maintenance, friendly feline and provide you with all the information you will need to care for him or her. If you have cat experience, you may consider taking a "special needs" cat or kitten. These are animals that need short-term medication or who need to be socialized or re-socialized (We always need people with experience taminig feral kittens or semi-feral cats). In addition, we often need long-term foster homes for Feline Leukemia, FIV or FIP positive cats. These homes should have no non-Feline Leukemia, FIV or FIP cats in residence, as these viruses are transferrable to cats (but not to humans or other animals). If this sounds like something you'd like to do, please e-mail Pam at . She can give you all the details and help you decide if fostering is right for you. The rewards of being a foster parent are tremendous! You are giving the cat/kitten a second chance at life and a warm cozy place to call their own while they await their new home. That is reward in and of itself!

Foster parents have saved many animals from a painful and dangerous life on the streets, and by having a place to live until they're adopted, the animals are saved from the euthanasia they'd face in animal "shelters". Most of the cats and kittens are turned into our rescue due to medical or behavioral problems, or because the novelty of the kitten or cat has worn off, while others were strays living an uncertain life in a dangerous environment. The foster parents provide security, love and someplace for the cats & kittens to call home temporarily. Foster parents truly are life savers, and all it takes is a spare room, a little time, and lots of compassion.



Fill out a Foster Care Application, once approved, you must agree to and sign our Foster Care Agreeement.

Allow a S.W.R.O. volunteer to do a home visit.

Preferably, be experienced with cats.

Have a vet reference with a five year span.

Have a secure, cat-proofed indoor environment (this means no hiding places inaccessible to humans such as holes in walls, and no access to objects or substances harmful to cats). Foster cats cannot be permitted to go outdoors, so your windows and doors must be securely screened in.

A schedule that allows prospective adopers to make appointments to see the cat.

Approval and co-operation of landlord (if necessary), roomates or other household members.

Other animals (if you have any) that will tolearate a new cat.

Ideally, a room with a closing door where the foster cat can be confined and accesible to you until it becomes relatively acclimatized. This is especially important in the case of feral kittens or semi-feral cats whose first instinct is to run and hide.

If possible, the financial ability to provide food and litter for the animal (this eases our finacial burden). However, S.W.R.O. will pay for all vet services and medications, and we can provide supplies if you are on a fixed income or have limited mobility.

Remember that you can get VERY attached to foster cats or kittens, and letting them go can be emotionally difficult. In fact, a lot of foster folks end up adopting their foster cats! But there is enormous satisfaction in the job as well, especially with cats that arrive sick and/or feral (and who would have died or been euthanized by the large shelters) and leave healthy and tame to go to a loving home.






NEW :: Sponsor-A-PetWe know that many loving people for a lot of reasons are just not able to bring a cat into their household. Perhaps you have allergies or the place where you live does not allow cats, but there are numerous ways you can still contribute to the care and love of cats. One way is through sponsorship! The cost of sponsoring a kitty is far less than actually owning one and you will be helping the volunteers who work tirelessy to give these kitties the love, companionship and care they deserve. For this reason we are introducing a sponsor-a-cat program that we know will benefit the kitties we rescue and people alike who would like to connect through sponsorship. A small donatation on a regular basis, as little as five dollars a month, can help defray the costs of veterinary care for the cats who are in foster care with us. While the kitty is in foster care our volunteers provide them with food, shelter and lots of attention. By sponsoring one of our rescue kitties, it allows us to continue rescuing the many abused, abadoned and homeless cats & kittens in our region. Remember, all of the donated funds go directly toward S.W.R.O. rescue cats. We are appealing to you to help us in our mission to continue our No-Kill, Non-Profit cat & kitten rescue through sponsoring.


NEW :: Sponsor-A-PetFERAL CATS NEED OUR HELP, TOO!!!! AND SPONSORING IS JUST THE WAY TO DO IT! Even if they may not be suited to a life of leisure and safety as a housecat, they can have safer, healthier life if we feed them, have them spayed and/or neutered and vaccinate them to prevent disease. The cost to support the care of feral cats is rather expensive, but with your sponsorship and a small monetary donation either on a regular basis or just once, will help us to continue to care for these poor helpless kitties. Feral cats by nature pose a unique challenge, they are afraid of humans and avoid contact as much as possible. Even though caretakers are providing food on a regular basis for the many ferals colonies, they will hide until we are gone, usually the kitties only come out at night to feed. A FERAL CAT is cat who has been born outdoors without human socialization thus labeled “feral.” The cycle of feral cats begins when an unsterilized cat is abandoned or lost by his or her guardian. The only difference between a housecat and a feral is that the latter has a strong fear of humans. Ferals are erroneously labeled as "wild cats." A bobcat is a wild cat; a feral cat is a homeless domestic cat.

NEW :: Sponsor-A-PetSaved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. would like to give you the chance to help these feral cats, through our sponsorship program! When you sponsor a feral cat, you help us provide the food, shelter, and medical care they desperately need. A safe, healthy environment is something EVERY cat deserves! These poor kitties are only homeless due to human ignorance and we at Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. care enough to want to help what has been done to these cats. Through our Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) program we can bring these homeless cats' populations down. TNR: Trap, Neuter, Return is an effective, internationally recognized method of population control for cats who are living outdoors without human socialization. The cats are humanely trapped and brought to a veterinarian for sterilization and vaccines and are then returned to the area where they had been living. A MANAGED COLONY is a group of feral cats living in one area are known as a colony. The term “managed colony” is used when a group of feral cats have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and have food, water, and shelter provided by a caregiver. A CAREGIVER is a designated person, usually a volunteer, who takes on the management of a feral cat colony. Responsibilities include spay/neutering all cats living within the colony, as well as providing food, water, shelter from extreme weather, and maintaining records of the colony. This person also provides medical care when needed and will assure that any new cat who joins the colony is spayed/neutered. All monetary donations of ANY amount are welcome and appreciated!!!! For more information, please contact Pam at Below you will see many of the feral cats that Saved Whiskers' Volunteers care for on a regular basis, won't you please sponsor one of them?



This is not a "cat problem"--this is a "people problem"!
Please spay and neuter all pets!



You CAN make a difference!
Spay and neuter your pets!


If you are feeding stray cats, please consider getting them spayed or neutered before they start multiplying,
and help end the cycle of homeless cats being born on the street.


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Go shopping with Saved Whiskers on Ebay- Just click on the Ebay Link Box Above! Not only will you be bidding on something wonderful for yourself but also, you will help benefit our cause. All proceeds go directly towards the care of the cats that are rescued by Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc.! All you need to do is click on the Ebay icon to view all the items that we have up for a donation. When you find the item that you so desire, make a bid until you win that item. Remember, ALL proceeds go directly towards Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. to help pay for the food, litter and much needed veterinary care for the kitties that we have in our foster care program and for cats that are part of our Trap-Neuter-Release Program. If you have an item that you would like to donate to Saved Whiskers, please contact us today at and we will put that item up on Ebay.



We're on the web 24/7! Appointments to meet our kitties are made once we have approved your application. Email us for one today! Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc. does not have a physical shelter for you to visit. All of our cats and kittens are fostered and socialized in volunteers' homes. As a result, we get to know our cats and kittens very well and can provide detailed personality descriptions to prospective homes. If you are interested in any of our adoptable cats or kittens we will make arrangements for you to visit with the kitty that interests you...just e-mail us at for an appointment to meet that special pet friend!



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Just this side of heaven is a place called the Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies, one who has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to the Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends where they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine and our friends are warm and comfortable.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing: they each miss someone who was very special to them, someone they had to leave behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. The eyes are bright and intent, the eager little body begins to quiver all over! Suddenly that lucky one breaks away from the group, and flies over the green grass, little legs carrying him faster and faster.

You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. Happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands once again caress that beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.

Then you cross the Rainbow Bridge together. . . .

"LIL GIRL" R.I.P. 5/25/10

Lil Girl R.I.P. 5/25/10 was diagnosed with cancer just like her mother, Selena. Now poor Lil Girl's sister is all alone outside. Although Lil Girl was feral, the last few weeks of her life she really learned to trust people. I was actually able to pick her up and brought her inside until she let me know it was her time. Lil Girl will be missed greatly, but especially by her sister Gezibelle. Plese watch over your sister.

"BARRY" R.I.P. 7/1/10

Barry R.I.P. 7/1/10 was living in the founders back yard for 3 years before she could trap him. He seemed very feral, even the day we first trapped him. He seemed so aggressive. But really that aggressiveness was just him being scared to death. Barry was a total love bug who loved his rotisserie chicken and his comfy bed. He went through alot during his stay in foster care. He had eye surgery, had all his teeth removed, lots of blood work, but he was a real trooper. Barry had FIV, but you couldn't tell. He acted as happy as all the other cats. Sadly, Barry had a tumor growing in his abdomen that caused fluid to build up making it very uncomfortable for him. We chose to have him humanely euthanized since he was only going to get worse and would have to endure numerous needles injected to remove the fluid and many drugs. The founder really misses Barry, he left a huge pawprint on her heart and he'll never be forgotten. He was in foster care the longest out of any rescue cat. He was fostered for 3 1/2 years. I love you, Barry!

"BRODY" R.I.P. 3/9/10

Brody R.I.P. 3/9/10 was dumped at one of our feral colonies, after weeks of trying to get him we finally caught him after not feeding the colony. Brody was a great cat, who gave lots of love. Sadly, his life was cut short before he could find a forever loving home when he was diagnosed with lymphosarcoma. We'll forever miss you, Brody.

"CHLOE" R.I.P. 5/7/2010

Chloe R.I.P. 5/7/10 was rescued off the streets of Philadelphia with her mother & brother. They were living in rat infested alleyways. When one of SWRO volunteer spotted them. Sadly, Chloe was adopted out, but returned due to allergies. She has been in fostercare since and sadly was diagnosed with lymphoma at only age 2. So sad that Chloe's life had to end so early. Chloe is sadly missed by Viki, Kim and her mother & brother:-(

"LIONEL" R.I.P. 10/8/2008

Lionel R.I.P. 8/21/09. Lionel was a sweet little kitty with an old man way. His owner passed away from cancer and was adopted by a friend. Sadly, Lionel was diagnosed with FIP and will now join his owner up in heaven. He will be sadly missed by his new owner.

"DOLCE" R.I.P. 10/8/2008

Dolce R.I.P. 10/8/08. Dolce was rescued off the street by some kids, where she was living with her littermate (Gabanna). Sadly, Dolce became very ill with 104 fever. She tested a faint positive for FIV. The vet sent her foster mom home with antibiotics by the next day, Dolce was doing very poorly. She was rushed to the vet where she was put on IV fluids and sadly passed away.

"GABANNA" R.I.P. 10/7/2008

Gabanna R.I.P. 10/7/08 was rescued off the street with her sister where these little kids found them hiding under a shed. Although, Gabanna showed no signs of illness, she was found dead in her cage. The vet believes she had a virus that attacked her immune system and killed her. Gabanna's sister Dolce also passed away, she was diagnosed with FIV and had 104 temperature. The vet couldn't save her.

"SHKITTY" R.I.P. 9/7/2008

Shkitty was the love of her mom's life. She was one of those special cats who always left pawprints on your heart. She was very smart and would always respond to her mom vocally. She would stay by her mom's side every chance she got. Sadly, god took her away from us too soon. You will be sadly missed by your mom, sisters, brothers and fur friends. God rest your soul!

"WILLIE-BILL" R.I.P. 9/8/2008

Willie-bill sadly passed away suddenly, the vet thinks he may have had a blood clot. He was acting purrfectly fine on the day that he was found dead. He was eating, drinking and wrestling with his fur friends. Willie-bill will be sadly missed by his favorite pal, Big Boy as well as his owner and fur friends.

"SELENA" R.I.P. 8/16/2008

Selena was a feral cat who lived our on the street for 8 years with her two daughters where they were being fed and well cared for in their colony. Sadly, one day Selena was very weak and her care taker was able to pick her up to bring her to the vet where he diagnosed that she had end stage abdominal cancer. She was humanely euthanized. Her daughters & caretaker will miss her terribly.

"RIPLEY" R.I.P. 7/31/2008

Ripley had a very rough start in life. He lived 5 years of his life in a cat carrier. Not a cage where he could at least move around, but a small carrier used to transport cats back and forth to the vet. Luckily though, Ripley spent the last 3 1/2 years in a wonderful home, Sadly though, he bacame ill and stopped eating and his owner had to have him euthanized. You'll be missed Ripley

"OLLIE" R.I.P. 6/21/2008

GOD REST YOUR SOUL, OLLIE! You were only with me for a short time, but you made a big impression on me. In fact, you left a big impression on everyone you met. You were one of those very special kitties. Constantly nuzzling for affection, meowing to get attention and kneading like there was no tomorrow. I am so very sorry there wasn't more I could do to help you with your birth defect. Born on May 28th, 2008 and died on July 24, 2008. You will be missed forever!

"TRIXIE" R.I.P. 2/5/2008

Trixie never made it to her forever home. Sadly, she became very ill. Turns out she had string hooked under her tongue, wrapped all around her intestines slowly killing her. After several hours of surgery of having parts of her intestines removed and holes sewn up, she passed away while recovering. Poor little Trixie waited a year for a forever home, but one never came through for her. God rest her soul.

"STAR" R.I.P. 9/9/2007

Star was leukemia positive and sadly passed away before she had a chance in a forever home. She lived with her foster mom Susan for the last 3 years and her companion Elvis for last year. The leukemia virus got the best of her immune system and she passed away peacefully at home. Star will be missed dearly by her foster mom Susan and Elvis.

"LOVEBUG" R.I.P. 6/21/2007

Snowy Nathaniel, also known as LoveBugwas an affectionate, agreeable and happy cat. In 2003, Snowy started vomiting on a daily basis and had lost weight. Testing showed kidney disease. He started on a prescription diet, meds and had routine bloodwork run. A couple years later, his health was deteriorating and he was no longer comfortable. 16 1/2 years later, Snowy passed away on June 21, 2007.

"MAMA~TALULA" R.I.P. 3/6/2007

Mama Talula was a feral kitty that had litter after litter of kittens until she was rescued. All of Mama Talula's kittens were adopted, but she was passed by so many times because she was so shy. Sadly, Mama Talula was diagnosed with lymphosarcoma and wasn't responding to any of the treatments. Mama Talula went downhill fast and was euthanized due to her suffering. She will be sadly missed.

"TOBY" R.I.P. 8/31/2006

Toby was only in Saved Whiskers foster care program for a short time when he was diagnosed with unmanaged diabetes, kidney failure, and the most deadly lympho sarcoma. This poor boy was put out on the street with all these diseases, de-clawed and left to fend for himself with the harsh winter fast approaching. Even though Toby was only with us a short time, he will be sadly missed by his foster mom, Holly.

"BUDDY" R.I.P. 7/1/2006

Buddy suddenly got real sick within a couple days time his owners had to make the awful descison to have him euthanized. Buddy was suffering terribly, he was having difficluty breathing and his chest was so filled with fluid that the vet couldn't even recognize his heart. Buddy is deeply missed by both his owner and her son and his feline buddy, Sweets. Rest in Peace, Buddy my friend.

"BENTLEY" R.I.P. 4/21/2006

Bentley will be missed not only by his owner, but by his resident cat friends, "Lea & Squeekers". Sadly, Bentley was one of many cats rescued from an animal hoarder where they lived in a filthy, unkept house. Bentley got a new start on life when he came to SWRO. It wasn't long until one of the SWRO volunteers decided to adopt Bentley. His owner Holly spoiled him with his favorite wet food and gave him lots of hugs and kisses. Bentley has been buried and crossed the rainbow bridge.

"GRAY~GRAY" R.I.P. 3/22/2006

"Gray~Gray" was a feral cat living a harsh life on the streets. Gray~Gray was hit by a car head on and died instantly. Although, Gray~Gray was a feral cat he had his own way of showing love. When he and his colony were fed, he would butt heads with all his kitty friends and meow to his feeder as if he was saying thank you. He was so adorable. He will be missed! But his son "Rooney" is already waiting up there in heaven for him.

"TEDDY-BEAR" R.I.P. 12/13/2005

Teddy will be sadly missed by his owners. Teddy was hospitalized at the Veterinary Hospital of University of Penn for 9 days, but unfortunately his liver failed him. What the doctors initially believed was hepatic lipidosis, turned out to be liver cancer. Teddy was only 6 1/2 years old and will be forever missed by his Mom, Dad, both sets of grandparents and his GG! R.I.P. 8-10-1999 thru 12-13-2005

"WINSTON" R.I.P. 10/10/2005

"Winston" a kitty with a great will to live, had sadly succumb to the kidney disease that he has been battling for the last 11 months. "Winston" has been a very lucky little man the last year since he was adopted by the Maristch family, considering he was dumped on the street by his previous owner, left to fend for himself and deal with his kidney and liver disease. "Winnie" is deeply missed by his family, as well as his foster mom, Pam.

"TABITHA" R.I.P. 9/26/2005

"Tabitha", was such an incredible kitty! She was the founder of SWRO first cat ever. She was adopted 8 1/2 years ago when she was just a little kitten. She left paw marks on everyone's heart who met her. She greeted everyone who walked in the door letting them know she lived there. Unfortunatley, without warning the founder came home after a full days work to find "Tabitha" slumped over dead, cold and stiff. It was the saddest day ever! She is sadly missed by her Mom, Dad, both sets of grandparents and her GG.

"WHITEY-MAN" R.I.P. 5/28/2005

"Whitey-man" had been diagnosed with lung cancer. He got real bad towards the end of his days, at one point he just so weak that he stopped getting up, he was dehydrated despite fluids and anemia set in. Whitey became so miserable and was upset to even be touched. His xrays showed his chest just so full of cancer. It took his owner a long time to come to the decision that she needed to let him go. Whitey is missed by all the lives he has touched.

"COOPER" R.I.P. 1/18/2005

" Cooper" was adopted into his forever home and was doing terrific for about 6 months. "Cooper" was rushed to the vet because he had stopped eating and appeared to have lost weight. The vet had suspected he had FIP. "Cooper" was hospitalized on IV fluids and medications but sadly enough, the vet staff found that poor little "Cooper" passed away during the night. He is sadly missed

"SUKI" R.I.P. 12/06/2004
SUKI", was getting a new start in life after living a terrible life at an animal hoarders house. Suki was in foster care when she was rushed to a veterinary emergency hosptial where she was in congestive heart failure. She will be sadly missed by her other foster friends.
"JIMMIE" R.I.P. 10/22/2004

JIMMIE", was such an incredible kitty, he left paw prints on everyone's heart. He was so affectionate and craved attention. Unfortunatley, this poor boy succumbed to the leukemia virus. He was on earth only 2 years. He never did get a chance at a loving home, but rather he stayed caged with some other leukemia positive kitties and died among them.

"ROONEY" R.I.P. 8/2/2004

ROONEY", a feral kitty was killed by a dog. He had bite wounds all over and died a slow, agonizning death. Just one more reason why cats should be kept INDOORS. It just goes to show, that the average lifespan for outdoor cats is not very long. "Rooney" was only a little over a year old. We miss you "Rooney", you'll forever be in our hearts:-(

"BEN" R.I.P. 7/6/2004

"BEN" the lop eared rabbit is sadly missed by all, but especially his best bun-bun friend, "Jerry". "Jerry" was found hopping around town and brought into safety, then "Jerry" adopted "Ben" from the Animal Welfare Association for company. They were best friends. One day they will meet again, but until then...."Ben" has crossed the rainbow bridge.

*~S.W.R.O.'s WISH LIST~*

Here at Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization, Inc., we go through lots of supplies on a regular basis. We house many cats with hearty appetites and cats that love to sleep in comfy cozy beds and they absolute love to climb on cat trees. Please help us keep our rescue kitties happy while they stay with us and donate one or more of the items below. We are always in need of cat litter, cat food, towels, blankets and toys, lots and lots of toys. Please contact us today so that we can provide you with our shipping address.


Our Heartfelt Thanks to:

  • The Collegeville Cat Clinic, Dr. Carole Castro and her staff for all the years they have cared for the wonderful cats and kittens that have come to the rescue, as well as for her continued support, generosity and guidance.
    The Collegeville Cat Clinic 201 Second Avenue, #117, Collegeville, PA 19426 (610)409-8300

  • Evesham Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Charles Bell, Sr. and his staff for all the care, guidance and spay/neuters of our wonderful rescued kitties. We applaud your participation in the "Low Cost" spay/neuter for all pets including for feral cats.
    Evesham Veterinary Clinic, 800 Route 73 South, Marlton, NJ. (856)983-9440

  • Our Caring Supporters, the people who continue to send donations every month that help aid us in caring for all the creatures we help to save, words can not express our appreciation.

  • And, ALL Our Wonderful Volunteers who find time in their busy lives to help us in whatever way they can, we are eternally grateful.
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