Dawn's Cat Sanctuary
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Dawn's Cat Sanctuary could use some help from the community. If you're able to donate things on her wish list (below) or volunteer with transportation, socializing animals, taking photos, updating the petfinder site, and/or helping out with chores, please contact Dawn at 304-298-3326 or 304-813-6106.
A used but working full seat all-terrain vehicle (examples, Kawasaki Mule, John Deere Gator);
sturdy cat climbing trees (ok if used);
non-electric hedge trimmer;
push lawn mower (ok if used);
used but working riding lawn mower- any size;
large pieces of linoleum;
large empty animal feed bags (to put used cat litter in);
bed comforters (used ok);
Friskies or 9 Lives dry food (or any good quality dry cat food);
any brand wet cat food;
Swiffer wet mopping refills;
The Sanctuary now has a population of 157 cats, so I just cannot take any more. Please do not leave cats at my house. I can't take care of any more.
- I CAN help you with: advice; information about low-cost spay/neuter clinics; free deworming medication; low-priced flea/tick medication; and other services that might be available to you. I can't take your cat but I'll help in any other way I can.
- Monetary donations are used to treat sick and injured cats and may be sent to: Dawn's Cat Sanctuary, P.O. Box 1562, Fort Ashby, WV 26719.
Adopting a friend
All cats at Dawn's Cat Sanctuary are spayed, neutered, vaccinated. Many beautiful loving cats are awaiting homes! Call 304-813-6106 to make appointment to visit.
Dawn's Cat Sanctuary has many, wonderful cats and kittens up for adoption. To adopt, call Dawn and schedule an appointment to come meet her crew. If Dawn feels that the cat or kitten(s) you've chosen are a good match for your family situation, she'll complete an adoption contract with you. There is a variable adoption fee (usually $75 for a spayed or neutered, vaccinated cat). The fee can be lowered or waived for older or special needs situations. Cats adopted from Dawn's are always returnable, at any time, for any reason. Kittens under six months old are usually required to be adopted in pairs. The kittens are much happier with a same age friend to keep them company when the family is off at work or at school AND the kittens are much less likely to be destructive when they can channel their energy into play with a buddy instead of climbing your shower curtain because they're bored.
Come Visit Us!
Call or text Dawn to schedule an appointment. She'll call you back promptly if you leave or send a message.
Dawn's Cat Sanctuary
P.O. Box 1562
Fort Ashby, WV 26719
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