A Cat-Proofed Home is a Cat-Safe Home

A cat-proofed home is a cat-safe home whether your new pet is a newborn kitten or a fully- grown cat. Before that first front paw crosses your threshold for the first time, your home must be a health zone, not a hazard zone. ...


Why Foster a Cat?

To foster a cat is, quite simply, to save that cat’s life. A foster home provides this same cat with a safe, temporary place of refuge until he/she is ultimately placed in a permanent, adoptive home....


5 Ways to Fundraise for Felines

When it comes to advocating for cats at The Cat Network, we think the more creative, the better! We’ve listed five pet-friendly ways to raise money for the felines we care for....


PETITION: Prosecute Cheryn Smilen for Starving to Death 27 Cats

Cheryn Rochelle Smilen abandoned almost 30 cats in a small apartment without food and water. A total of 25 cats died and 3 are clinging to life. She has been arrested and charged with 18 counts of animal cruelty. Please sign this petition and share with your friends and family. The petition will be sent to the State Attorney of Miami-Dade County, Katherine Fernandez Rundle, asking her to prosecute Cheryn Smilen to the fullest extent of the law for this atrocity....


Why Spay and Neuter Your Cat

The problem of cat overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey must begin with every cat owner in every community, town and city in the country. Those conscientious owners who act responsibly by spaying and neutering their cherished family pets....


GIVE MIAMI DAY for the Cats is November 16, 2017

Be a part of something big for the cats on November 16th! Support The Cat Network on GiveMiami Day 2017. Donations will be maximized by a percentage match!...


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A Cat-Proofed Home is a Cat-Safe Home

A cat-proofed home is a cat-safe home whether your new pet is a newborn kitten or a fully- grown cat. Before that first front paw crosses your threshold for the first time, your home must be a health zone, not a hazard zone. ...


Why Foster a Cat?

To foster a cat is, quite simply, to save that cat’s life. A foster home provides this same cat with a safe, temporary place of refuge until he/she is ultimately placed in a permanent, adoptive home....


5 Ways to Fundraise for Felines

When it comes to advocating for cats at The Cat Network, we think the more creative, the better! We’ve listed five pet-friendly ways to raise money for the felines we care for....


PETITION: Prosecute Cheryn Smilen for Starving to Death 27 Cats

Cheryn Rochelle Smilen abandoned almost 30 cats in a small apartment without food and water. A total of 25 cats died and 3 are clinging to life. She has been arrested and charged with 18 counts of animal cruelty. Please sign this petition and share with your friends and family. The petition will be sent to the State Attorney of Miami-Dade County, Katherine Fernandez Rundle, asking her to prosecute Cheryn Smilen to the fullest extent of the law for this atrocity....


Why Spay and Neuter Your Cat

The problem of cat overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey must begin with every cat owner in every community, town and city in the country. Those conscientious owners who act responsibly by spaying and neutering their cherished family pets....


GIVE MIAMI DAY for the Cats is November 16, 2017

Be a part of something big for the cats on November 16th! Support The Cat Network on GiveMiami Day 2017. Donations will be maximized by a percentage match!...


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