Meow Foundation Yarn Collection
Meow Foundation Yarn Collection
|Blue Persian||Brown Tabby||Cat's Eye Cobalt||Cat's Eye Gold||Cat's Eye Green|
|Grey Tabby||Himalayan||Le Chat Noir||Orange Tabby||Siamese Cat|
|Russian Silver Grey||Calico Cat||Tuxedo Cat|
The Meow Foundation Yarn Collection will soon be on the shelves at the following amazing yarn shops:
|ELECTRIC TREE YARNS||MAKE ONE YARN STUDIO|
|290 3rd Avenue, Kamloops, BC||841 1st Avenue NE, Calgary, AB|
|THREE BAGS FULL||BEEHIVE WOOL SHOP|
|4458 Main Street, Vancouver, BC||1700 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC|
|United States of America|
|ANACAPA FINE YARNS||ARTISAN KNITWORKS|
|4572 Telephone Rd, #909, Venture, CA||23509 Nine Mack Drive, St Clair Shores, MI|
|KNITTING NANNY||KNITTY CITY|
|PO Box 2042, Prescott, AZ||208 West 79th Street, New York, NY|
|KNITIQUE A YARN BOUTIQUE|
|8741 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove, CA|
ABOUT THE MEOW FOUNDATION
DID YOU KNOW?
Today, cats are the most neglected, most numerous, and most euthanized companion animal in North America. Cats are the most euthanized companion animal in North American shelters. In fact, statistics show that an estimated 1.1 million cats were brought to Canadian shelters in 2011. Of these cats, nearly half were euthanized due to a lack of space/resources to care for them, or due to illness (CFHS Cats in Canada Report 2012). An estimated 70 million stray cats live in the United States, and 70% of the cats who reach American shelters are euthanized each year (ASPCA).
MEOW Foundation is working to end feline homelessness by eliminating the use of euthanasia as a means of cat population control by working towards Making Each One Wanted. Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, we’ve helped more than 14,000 local cats and kittens since 2000. With your help, we hope to double this number by 2019.
WHAT WE DO
Rescue and Adoption
MEOW Foundation’s Rescue and Adoption Program cares for and re-homes stray and abandoned cats and kittens. All cats admitted to the program are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped for permanent ID, and given shelter at the MEOW Adoption Centre or in a foster home. Our staff and volunteers spend time getting to know each cat in our care, ensuring every cat is matched with a home best suited to his or her individual personality and needs. MEOW also finds adoptive homes for cats with special needs and chronic or terminal illnesses.
MEOW Foundation’s TNR program is specifically designed to assist feral cats who do not have the level of socialization necessary for adoption into homes. Cats in this program are humanely trapped, spayed or neutered, microchipped, and returned to their neighbourhoods. Trained community caregivers provide them with the essentials necessary for survival outdoors.
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)
SNAP subsidizes the cost of feline spay/neuter surgeries for Calgarians financially in-need and promotes responsible pet ownership.
Together, our programs help reduce the number of stray and abandoned cats, while promoting responsible pet ownership. Most importantly, we’re helping create a society that values the life of every companion animal.