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Kroger approved PCCR for their Community Rewards program

If you would like to support our organization with your purchases at Kroger (Delta region) you can log in to your Kroger account and add or switch to Panola County Cat Rescue.

Kroger Community Rewards


It costs nothing for you to participate. Kroger donates a small percentage of your purchases and sends us a check every quarter.

Search by Panola County Cat Rescue or use our organization number TH410. Every penny counts!




What's in store for the New Year

We had a productive meeting last night,  brainstorming ideas to raise money. My favorite idea, which I already have in the works, is a "Cutest Cat Contest". I'm super excited about this one! I began the setup process last night and should have more information in the next 2-3 days. If this one goes well, we may do a calendar for next year.

We are also reaching out to our local Tractor Supply, Kroger, Wal-mart and a few other locations to find out if we can set up tables to collect donations and hand out fliers, and possibly take advantage of any broken bags of cat food or litter they may wish to donate.

I have a personal goal to get 100 cats spayed or neutered this year, and I think with your support we can do it.  If you can only give $1 or $5 it can go a long way to helping us reach our goals. If 100 people donate $5, we could spay our neuter up to 10 cats!

Please consider donating a few dollars to help fund our TNR program. Every dollar helps!


Como went to his new home yesterday!

We are so excited! Happiness on the heels of tragedy is always welcome.


Here he is in his new digs. He is still shy, but he has lots of space to explore and great hiding places from which to survey his new domain.
We still have three kittens to go. Two males, and one female. 


What's Happening

I have some not so good news. When I took Como, Russ, and Enid in for spay/neuter surgery, I feel like was bamboozled. I took three kittens in on my day off on a pre-scheduled appointment. When I arrived, I was told "We only spay/neuter kittens six months or older." That's fine, but would have been nice to know when I CALLED AND TOLD YOU I HAD THREE KITTENS TO BRING IN.