Backdoor Friends Purebred Cat Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that is "no-kill". They have been around helping kitties since 1998. While their name states that they are a purebred cat rescue, they help other non-purebred cats as well. The rescue has several foster parents where the cats can stay until they are ready for adoption and find new forever homes. All cats are vaccinated and fully vetted before going to their new homes. Kittens who are adopted under 6 months of age are offered a rebate upon their spay/neuter procedure.
All of the funds that everyone helped raised are specifically going to a special kitty named Rory. Stephanie recently shared Rory's story (you can read it here). Not long ago, Rory had an accident in which he broke leg. Fortunately, a veterinarian was able to fix his leg, but orthopedic surgeries can be very expensive. The procedure was $3000. He's doing well after his surgery and currently stays with his foster mom, but he is still looking for his forever home. He is expected to make a full recovery from the broken leg.
|Photo courtesy of Anne Klein|
If you would like to donate to the Backdoor Friends Purebred Cat Rescue, you can send a donation to the following address:
35562 Grand River Ave.
Farminton Hills, MI
Interested in adopting a cat from Backdoor Friends? Visit their Petfinder page here! Backdoor Friends is also on Facebook so please be sure to go and give them a "like". And of course, you can visit their website for more information about everything they do.