WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?

Be sure to check our EVENTS page often (and "like" us on Facebook) to keep informed about fun events, fundraisers, and what we (and the cats & dogs) are up to.

Gift Wrapping for Donations

GIFT WRAPPING for DONATIONS

Take some of the stress out of your holidays and let us do some of the gift wrapping! Gift wrapping proceeds benefit Colony Cats (& dogs). What a great way to support our organization!

Barnes & Noble – Polaris Fashion Place
1560 Polaris Parkway

Saturday, December 20 9am – 2pm

Our volunteers will be available to wrap gifts you purchase at Barnes & Noble, Polaris Fashion Place.

Image for SOS $20 neuter program

SOS of Ohio
$20 Neuter in January

Happy Neuter Year is coming!
Get your MALE cat or dog neutered during the month of January for $20.

This special, low-cost neuter program is being offered by SOS of Ohio, in conjunction with PetSmart Charities.

Call now to schedule an appointment, or for more information – (614) 396-8707 (Hurry, space is limited).

Picture a feral cat sitting in an outdoor food shelter.

COLD WEATHER TIPS for
FERAL and STRAY CATS

The fall and winter months provide special challenges to our outdoor feline friends. Whether it be freezing temperatures or exposure to chemicals, there are things we can all do to minimize danger.

CLICK HERE to read our article with information and links for stray
and feral cat caregivers, as well as helpful tips that all of us should remember during the cold-weather season to keep pets safe.


Photo of Nathan Sears with one of the shelters he built

Thanks to Nathan Sears
for Building Feral Cat Shelters

Colony Cats (& dogs) would like to thank Nathan Sears for building 15 feral cat shelters for his Eagle Scout project.

We also thank the following individuals and companies for their generous donations of money and materials for Nathan's project: Home Depot Dublin & Hilliard, Lowes-Dublin, Roush Hardware-Dublin, Oakland Nursery-Dublin, David Evans, John Daly, Mr. Johnson, Carol Sears, Ericka Brechtel, and Mrs. Betty Cline.

We are happy to say that the shelters are in place around the Columbus area (per Colony Cats' advisement) and will keep many feral/community cats warm this winter.

Photo of Yvette's dog and cats

December Volunteer of the Month: YVETTE HANSELMANN

We love our volunteers! They give so much to help
us, so we're giving them a big "shout-out" with our Volunteer of the Month feature.

Introducing our December Volunteer of the Month –
Yvette Hanselmann. What she loves best about volunteering with Colony Cats is seeing all of the little faces at the adoption center window watching and hoping for attention, more food and clean water.

Yvette's advice for those wanting to volunteer with Colony Cats is to do a little at first, and not get overwhelmed. And to know that no matter what you do, you are indispensable to our mission of rescue.
Click here to read more and learn about Yvette.

Recurring Monthly Donation Program

A recurring monthly donation is an easy way to give animals in need a deserving second chance throughout the year. By signing up, the amount you choose to donate will automatically go to Colony Cats each month. These tax-deductible contributions are ongoing but you may change or cancel at any time by contacting donate@colonycats.org.

Click the Button
to get started!

Setting up your Monthly Donation is easy – just click our "Donate" button. A PayPal page will open. Enter your donation amount and be sure to click the box labeled "Make This Recurring (Monthly)", then enter the rest of your information.

To make a one-time donation click our "Donate" button. A PayPal page will open. Enter your donation amount but don't click the box labeled "Make This Recurring (Monthly)".

Visit our Donate page to read more about how your donations directly benefit animals in need, and to learn about all of our donation options.

Spay/Neuter your pet! be part of the solution to end pet overpopulation.

SPAY/NEUTER - the only solution!

Overpopulation due to unaltered pets contributes
to problems of neglect, abandonment, suffering,
crowded shelters and sadly euthanasia.

Please be part of the only solution - please fix your pet.
There are affordable solutions and help available.

Click here to see our listing of local, low-cost
spay/neuter resources.


Colony Cats Adoption Center Wish List

ADOPTION CENTER WISH LIST

A great way you can help out is to donate useful and much needed items to Colony Cats Adoption Center.

Here's a wish list our kitties put together - print it and take it with you while shopping, or post it in your community. Your donation of items will help make their wishes come true!! (Of course, their biggest wish of all is a forever home.)

Please drop off items during the Adoption Center's open hours: Tue–Fri 4 pm-7 pm • Sat–Sun 12-4 pm
2740 Festival Lane, Dublin OH 43017 • 614-593-0055


You can also donate items using Colony Cats' Amazon Wish List. Just click here to shop online for useful items that we've picked out. It's another great way to make a donation of things we really need!

Pictures of cats at adoption center

VOLUNTEERING - WITH BENEFITS

At Colony Cats Adoption Center, the "pawsitives" of volunteering abound - literally! As a helper at our cageless center, you will be entertained by the playful antics of our cat adoptees - they're up, down and all around! Pitch in with other animal lovers to keep the center tidy and care for the cats. Hours are flexible to your schedule.

If one of your favorite sounds is "meow" please contact us now! 614-570-0471 or by email.

Colony Cats Adoption Center:
2740 Festival Lane, Dublin OH 43017
Hours: Tue–Fri 4 pm – 7 pm • Sat–Sun 12 noon – 4 pm

Ready to get started?
Just download and fill out the Volunteer Opportunities and Application Form.
You can either bring it by the Adoption Center (address above)
or mail it to: Colony Cats, P.O. Box 163904, Columbus, OH 43216-3904

Want to help us spread the word? Click here to download our Volunteer Flyer.
Print it out, and share with your friends and family. The more the "meowier"!


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