We rescue animals from animal control, humane societies, and cruel people. We are a 501C3 organization so your donations are tax deductible. Please consider donating to help us help the animals that need us. Our website is located at www.itsmeowornever.org
All beings tremble before violence. All fear death. All love life.
At It's Meow or Never Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, we are gearing up for a major fundraising auction in August of 2008. Would any of you be willing to donate for some office supplies to help us get the auction solicitation letters out the door? We are in need of the following items (if you'd like to donate for any of these items you can do so on our Wishlist page: http://www. itsmeowornever. org/wishlist. asp We need evelopes, labels, ink for the printer, and STAMPS (urgently needed) Thank you for your support - our auction will be a lot of fun for everyone and a great fundraising event for the animals in our care and the new little friends we rescue and rehabilitate each day. Stay tuned for details about our exciting event! Layla has done this auction
Now that Easter is behind you, consider donating your plastic Easter eggs and baskets to It's Meow or Never! We've already got plans in the works for a massive Easter Egg Hunt for dogs and their humans next year. The gift of your gently used baskets and eggs would really be a huge help to our organization. If you'd like to make a contribution please send your items to us at:
It's Meow or Never
Animal Rescue & Sanctuary
PO Box 733
Woodinville, WA 98072
If you don’t have any Easter baskets or eggs to donate, consider picking some up – most stores are now offering their Easter items for 50-90% off!
As many of you recall, last August, we assisted a woman named Neffie with the rescue of the "Shopping Mall" cats. We graciously accepted donations from you for their care, feeding and testing. It is because of your support that these beautiful kittens are now nearly full grown and fighting an unbelieveable fight against leukemia. Most other cases of leukemia result in a lifespan of only a few months...these little cats, with your love and support are fighting back and thriving!
Neffie came to us recently and informed us that she can no longer care for these beautiful animals that have fought to hard to stay alive. She threatened to dump them in her driveway, presenting a very difficult and critical situation for us to deal with. At this time, we have no facilities for leukemia positive cats and cannot accept them into our care. Neffie discovered a place in Pennsylvania called "Tiger Ranch" a