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Meet Harley

Meet Harley. Harley is estimated to be 4 years old. She is a sweet and affection girl who loves to rub against you. She LOVES to play and tries to play fetch. She even occasionally plays tag. She occasionally sticks her tongue out. This goofy girl is ready to meet you. She is in foster with 4 other cats and children.

Harley is spayed, microchipped, dewormed, flea treated, and has received her first distemper vaccine. She has also tested negative for  FIV/FeLV.

If you are interested in meeting Harley, please fill out the Adoption Interest Form below.

Her adoption fee is $75. The adoption fee helps to offset medical cost.

Current Intake Status

Rescue Right Meow has sadly had to make the decision to temporarily freeze our intake for new surrenders. Due to the high request for surrenders, limited funds to support the well being of cats in our care, having a small volunteer team, and a lack of foster homes, our rescue can only support a specific number of cats. And sadly, we are over capacity.

This is a crisis that is not only affecting our rescue but is unfolding in communities across our state and across the entire country. It is extremely difficult for us as a rescue to turn away cats in need of help. If you are wondering how you may help with this crisis, here are a list of ways you can make a difference today.

- If you have the financial means, please consider making a donation to us or to your local shelter.

- Consider becoming a foster and helping to give cats and kittens a safe place to live while they wait for their furrever home.

- Consider volunteering to help our rescue grow and assist the community.


 

While we have frozen our intake of new cats, we are still committed to supporting the community with our Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) program. If you would like to make a TNVR request, please contact us.

The intake freeze will be monitored daily and adjusted accordingly. We greatly appreciate past and present support and we hope to be back to regular operations soon.

Image by Jeanie de Klerk

Our Purpose

 We C.A.R.E. for Cats! 

We Collaborate with like-minded nonprofit organizations and businesses to form a strong network for the purpose of ending the vicious cycle of overpopulation and euthanasia of cats and kittens.

We Assist the public in locating low cost spay and neuter services to reduce the overpopulation of cats in the community. We also provide TNR in Cecil County.

We Rescue unwanted, and abandoned cats, providing temporary foster homes until good, permanent homes are found. 

We Educate the public about the importance of concepts such as spaying/neutering, adoption, humane treatment of animals, and more.

40M

Uncared for Cats in US

860K

Cats Euthanized

Annually

70M

Homeless Cat in US

Testimonials

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Nora Jacobs, Teacher

Our Partners

Lil Barnette Business Partner
Square Foot Gardening 4 U Business Partner
Yoga Co Business Partner
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