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TLC CAT SANCTUARY
The TLC Sanctuary for Cats
TLC is home to displaced and terminally ill kitties.
Displaced ferals...It is always best to leave a feral cat where it is and just get it fixed, but sometimes people do mean things to them or they live in a place where they are not safe. Our property is home to lots of feral kitties.
FIV kitties...There is so much bad information about FIV. Many cats are killed because of this bad information. There is nothing wrong with these kitties. They should be in homes, but unfortunately many Vets encourage just killing them. The truth is they live long lives and they don't spread the disease unless they get into a horrible cat fight. Spayed/neutered cats who are being fed just don't spread the disease. We end up with a lot of the FIV kitties because people just don't know better. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT FIV AND HOW TO ADOPT ONE OF THESE LOVELY KITTIES.
Feline Leukemia kitties...FeLV is a deadly disease. We house these kitties in a separate habitat from the other cats. They typically don't live very long. We are happy to say we have a kitty who is over 9 years old and we have had him his whole life. Good care and proper diet do help extend their lives.
Disabled and geriatric kitties...We have many disabled cats (blind, deaf, missing limbs, etc.). These kitties share the open space with the adoptable cats. They aren't safe being outside so we keep them in. CLICK HERE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADOPT ONE OF OUR SPECIAL NEEDS CATS.
Adoptable cats...Our adoptable kitties aren't allowed outside because they deserve to have happy, indoor homes with people who love them. We opened our adoption center at the Willowbrook Petsmart on March 1, 2014 and the Tomball Petsmart on January 1, 2015. Our 3rd and 4th floor kitties get to enjoy the big cat run but are not allowed outside. They go into our adoption centers so they can find forever homes.
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What the Sanctuary Needs
The TLC sanctuary goes through about 25 pounds of ProPlan Chicken and Rice daily. Purina gives us a special deal and we buy it for $20 for a 16 pound bag. We always need food money. We have many geriatric kitties who need canned food so we can always use canned food donations too (plus it's just a nice treat to feed everyone some canned food now and again!)
Donations from the community keep our little cast off kitty community going! These guys might be a little flawed, but they don't know it! They are worth the little extra effort!
We thank our supporters for all of the help!!!!!