A Look Inside Fort Collins Cat Rescue

The Fort Collins Cat Rescue and Spay and Neuter Clinic, located on East Mulberry Street, provides health care to cats and dogs, as well as serves as an adoption agency and rescue center for cats. This non-for-profit has been operating since 2006 and is powered by the work of 475 active volunteers and over 30 staff members.

The cat rescue is an adoption guaranteed shelter that takes in a limited number of adoptable cats each year with the intent of finding each and every one of them a home. Homeless cats are cared for at the shelter, as well as through a foster home program.

The clinic provides low-cost spay and neuter services for cats and dogs. Pet vaccines are also available.

(Left) Cat Hobo sits on top of tower in the adoption room. (Middle) Entrance to the adoption room(Right) Animal Care Technician and Cat Retention Specialist, Renee Van Ineveld, works with clients.
(Left) Colorado State University freshman Brooke Hernandez holds Lava during her volunteer shift. (Right) Animal Care Technician Carey Mastriona works full-time at the shelter performing intake exams, monitoring the heath of the cats and administering ringworm treatment.
(Left) Brooke Hernandez plays with Lava and Hair Tie in the adoption room. (Right) Marketing Manager Ashley Boothe visits with Hobo.
(Left) Cat Adoption Specialist Monica works with client. (Right) Staff members Dr. Karen Tips and Veterinary Technician Alex Gomes work with dog Tesla to help treat his allergic reaction.
(Left) Fort Collins Cat Rescue stocks an abundance of foods to keep cats of all needs fed. The cat rescue also has a program which helps struggling pet owners provide food for their pets. (Right) Hair Tie enjoys time outside his cage playing with cat toys.
(Left) CSU animal science student Cindy Liag prepares a clean cat cage. (Right) Hair Tie looks into the empty side of Frosty’s cage.
(Left) Frosty rests in his cage. (Right) Hair Tie gets put in a carrier to go to a new home.

For More information visit the Fort Collins Cat Rescue and Spay and Neuter Clinic site or call (970)-484–8516 for the shelter and (970)-484–1861 for the clinic.