A Forever Home for Every Cat
And We’ve Only Just Begun…
Building a Non Profit Cat Sanctuary has been our dream for many years. That’s the reason Cat Behavior Alliance has become a Non Profit 501(c)3 public charity. “A Forever Home for Every Cat” is our goal in everything we do, from Cat Behavior Counseling to giving those “unadoptables” a place to call home.
And we don’t want to stop there…
We feel that the key to keeping cats in their forever homes is feline education, and also offering people a hand with vet bills, food, whatever they need during rough times so they can keep their cats.
Often, our pets are our only lifeline; cat owners shouldn’t have to give up their pets due to unforeseen circumstances.
But WE Can’t Do it Without YOU…
Cat Behavior Alliance relies on donations and cat behavior bookings to fund our sanctuary and outreach work. All proceeds go toward the funding of our sanctuary and outreach.
Here are some FREE ways you can help with our mission:
- Follow us on Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, TikTok
- Subscribe to our YouTube
- Listen to our Pet Life Radio Show, 19 Cats and Counting
- Shop Smile.Amazon.com and select Cat Behavior Alliance as your Supporting non profit
Also, there are 4 tax deductible ways you can support our non profit cat sanctuary and outreach goals:
- Book a Cat Behavior Session
- Join our Clubhouse
- Become a Patron with Monthly Donations
- Give a one-time donation via PayPal
Current Residents of our Non Profit Cat Sanctuary…
Below are a few of the residents of our Non Profit Cat Sanctuary. Currently, Linda and Rita are keeping these cats in their homes, along with their own cats. This, of course, limits the number of cats they can help at any given time.
Sadly, we cannot take more “cats in crisis” into the cat sanctuary, until we raise enough money to build a facility for these lovely senior and special needs kitties!
In the meanwhile, these kitties could use your love and support. Please Donate, even $5 will help, so we can begin our Outreach Programs and help people with the costs of medications, spay/neuter, cat food, and also offer feline education programs.