Patricia H Ladew
Reducing animal suffering one animal at a time by providing housing for homeless cats, sterilizing stray and feral cats to reduce overpopulation and by providing necessary medical treatment for unowned animals. More about the Sanctuary >
THE SANCTUARY'S TOP STORIES
Ladew Mews -- Holiday 2013
It's here again -- Whiskers in Wonderland!!!
Open Your Home to These Precious Gifts!
It Takes a Village . . . Jack Hausman our Year'round Santa bringing gifts of love and Hanukkah Shamash sustaining light to brighten lives
Working with Feral Cats: Keeping them Warm in Winter and Gaining Their Trust
Cat Sanctuary's Top Toy List
Ladew Cat Sanctuary 2014 Calendars are Here!
Ask Dr. Susan -- "We're going home across the country for the holidays. How should we plan for care givers for our cats?
Spotlight on Sponsorship -- Meet Kimba
Murphy and Belle
|ADOPT A CAT|
|At our sanctuary, we have cats of every size, age, color and personality to choose from (although we have found that cats choose their owners rather than the other way around!) Come out and visit us and see who adopts you!|
|SPONSOR A CAT|
|Help us help the cats who aren’t adoptable or haven’t found their best friend yet. For $25.00 you can sponsor a cat for a year. Sponsorship entitles you to a bio and picture (and a warm, fuzzy feeling!) and even better you can follow their progress and/or (and most likely!) antics on our website throughout the year. Gift sponsorship is also available.|
|Worried about who will care for your cats after you’re no longer here to care for them? Would you like to help the Foundation continue to help cats in the future? Is there a person/pet or a special occasion that you would like to memorialize/honor by giving a gift to the Foundation? Click here for more information on gifts that keep on giving.|
|Did you know that just a single pair of cats can produce 174,170 kittens in 7 years even if they and their offspring are not allowed to reproduce at full potential? One of the Foundation's main goals is to make sure that those numbers are reduced by sterilizing all cats prior to adoption. In addition to sterilizing our own cats and kittens, the Foundation plans to operate a low—cost spay/neuter clinic for unowned feral/stray cats cared for by individuals or groups who can establish financial need in the near future. Stay tuned for further information.|