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Panola County Cat Rescue Receives Grant from the Dr. Jane Foundation for $1125

Panola County Cat Rescue is pleased to announce that it has received a $1125 grant from the Dr. Jane Foundation, the charitable arm of Life's Abundance. These funds will support our TNR and spay and neuter efforts and positively impact the lives of animals by stopping unwanted litters, improving their health, and extending their lifespan.

The Dr. Jane Foundation awards grants quarterly through a competitive application and review process.

About the Dr. Jane Foundation

Life's Abundance non-profit arm, The Dr. Jane Foundation, is an organization absolutely committed to supporting a variety of animal rescue groups, all of which are dedicated to helping to rescue neglected and unwanted animals. 

 Every time you purchase a Life's Abundance product, a portion of the profits are contributed to a fund that supports the operations of this organization. Thank you so much for your continued business! Together, we’re making a positive difference in the world, one animal at a time.







Summer update

It's been a while...a long while. Kitten season hit pretty hard this year, and we've been so busy.

We were approved for a small grant from Tails of Joy, which we are using to help our TNR efforts. Since the receipt of the grant, we've purchased traps and have been able to TNR 5 ferals. The only reason we haven't gotten more is because we weren't able to get a local vet to offer a discount. That problem has been mostly solved, so we are trying to take 4-5 a week for surgery.

Our most pressing issue at the moment is the BP gas station in Sardis. The cats are plentiful, friendly, and extremely fertile. We've trapped and neutered 3 from there just in the past week. Four more are going next week, and we hope to have most of them done by the fall. An employee is feeding them, as are several concerned citizens, so they are easily lured into the traps. If only the Cats of Walmart were so easy.  I probably get two calls or messages a week about the Cats of Walmart. They…