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The cats here at the sanctuary are concerned about the environment and therefore believe in recycling. They have made a commitment to recycle leaves as their favorite toy. The pic above to the right is Goodness expressing her interest.
We are hoping our work will help Feline Leukemia cats everywhere, not just at Aslan's Cats.
We want to help educate people about this disease to be less fearful of it, so they will consider adopting Feline Leukemia Positive cats.
Our goal is to give the cats quality lives, filled with love and joy, no matter how long or short.
Our little Peaches is in shock!!!
The Norman E. and Gwyneth L. Staats Foundation and the Paws and Claws Society believes in Aslans Cats mission to help the Leukemia positive cats, and has generously given us a grant to help pay for our enormous medical bills for the cats at our sanctuary. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to this wonderful foundation that is working actively to make this world a better place for animals. Check out their website... They have wonderful articles that are very informative for animals rights.
As many of you know, Aslan’s Cats was devastated by Hurricane Irene on August 28, 2011. The house was half submerged in flash flood waters. Eight of our cherished kitties lost their lives. All of our possessions were destroyed. This tragedy was overwhelming.
Bolstered by the outpouring of help and concern, the painful process of rebuilding began. We’ve come a long way in a short time! We received monetary donations that we were able to use toward construction. We had a small army of dedicated and talented volunteers who literally tore down walls and rebuilt them. While we have more to do, we are well on our way to recovery … THANKS TO YOU!
|Tiger tuckered out after making lists of "what to do".
Dinnertime for the ferals.
Tiger and Garvey hangin around.....
Happiness is ...sharing with your best friend!
|And Tiger and friend are resting in their enclosed play house in the backyard.
Our new addition Whitey boy is enjoying the backyard with his new friends... he is the sanctuary's meeter and greeter to all the guests who visit Aslans.
Evening feeding time for the ferals ... beautiful and ethereal. Their eyes pierce right through your soul.
Our friend Dylan looking up at Aslan