West Michigan’s Premiere Feline Adoption Agency Now Offering New Cat Merch 😺🐈
Exciting news everyone! The Second Chance Cats has some stylish new swag for you, your family, and all the cat lovers in your life. Help spread awareness of our rescue to the world while supporting our feline friends at the same time!
I am so excited to share that Second Chance Cats of West Michigan is going to be featured in a book! The book is called “Cat Women of West Michigan: The Secret Word of Cat Rescue”. This book is by our favorite animal enthusiast, Janet Vormittag.
If you’re looking for a way to help the kitties at Second Chance Cats of West Michigan, fostering is a great opportunity. You provide temporary care for needy pets and give them time to get healthy and adoptable. Fostering also gives you an opportunity to meet different types of cats, dogs, and other animals before deciding what type of pet might be right for you. For more information on how to become a foster parent, visit. https://sccatswm.org/Foster or email email@example.com
Recently Rocky’s Bar and Grill approached us and wanted to know if they could “Pawty for the Paws.” They are having a charity event one night at their bar and donating some of the proceeds from the night to us! Their event will not only benefit our rescue, but it will also help declaw awareness.
Deciding to adopt a cat is a big decision. Cats require more work than the average pet and the responsibility can be overwhelming for some people. To make things easier, we have put together this list of items you will need before your new cat comes home!
If you have captured a feral cat please visit nokillnetwork.org for more resources on where you can bring them.
There are an estimated 50 million feral cats living in the United States, and while many people may be hesitant to care for them due to their wild nature, they still require food, water, and shelter just like any other pet. In this article, we’ll discuss how to provide for a feral cat in winter and after it’s been spayed.