Spay and neuter your pets.
An unspayed female cat, her mate and all of their kittens, if none are ever neutered or spayed, add up to:
1 year: 16
2 years: 128
3 years: 512
4 years: 2,048
5 years: 12,288
6 years: 67,000 cats!!!
There aren't enough good homes for all of these cats.
Make a donation.
Thousands of cats are euthanized each year because of lack of funds to support them. These cats deserve to live out their natural lives. A small contribution can make a BIG difference.
If you have ever heard an accurate description of what happens to an animal when it is gassed to death or killed by heart prick, you know just how inhumane this practice is. Help us to outlaw these methods of killing cats by contacting your state's legislature.
Tell your friends and family that you support Cats on Death Row and tell them why it's important to get involved.
"Wouldn't it be nice if all cats had happy healthy homes where they could enjoy a nice plate of tuna like me? If you feel like I do and you want to help save many cats from certain death, click the Donate Tab to make a donation to Cats on Death Row!"
I am called Davidson. Isn't that a wonderful name for a lucky cat, rescued from the streets by my wonderful mom and dad! After two weeks, when I came out from under the bed and we finally got the family dynamics figured out, I knew I was safe and loved.
That's when I started bugging this canine Benji (yes, a dog!) to help me do what he does. Benji is editor in chief for the Dogs on Death Row website (dodr.org). I kept telling him, (also adopted by my parents) "But what about us felines? Who's making a big deal speaking for us and saving our lives, too? "
Now I am proud to be the Cats on Death Row spokescat to tell you how Cats on Death Row offers aid to all who care about cats like me.
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Driven by a deep passion for animals, Jodie Richers founded Dogs on Death Row in 2007, followed by Cats on Death Row, Horses on Death Row, Habitats For Dogs and Cats and most recently Canine Wounded Heroes. Having worked in the nonprofit arena for many years as the director for One Child At A Time (an international aid and adoption organization), and also as a board member for Children's Charities of America, Jodie possesses a skill set ideal for leveraging dollars into the most efficient action possible to save the greatest number of dogs and cats.
Jodie is tireless in her efforts to rescue, rehabilitate, and find homes for unwanted animals everywhere. She is also committed to educating the public about the inhumane nature of gassing and heart prick as a means of killing animals.
Although Jodie is the heart of this and many other animal charities, many people contribute their time, talent, and treasure to keep us going. We hope that you, too, will become a valued Cats on Death Row supporter and friend.
We pride ourselves on our fiscal responsibility. Our overhead is less than 1%.