To find out more about Save a Gato, please visit our website www.saveagato.org or visit us on FaceBook.
Save a Gato was at Plaza Las Americas in San Juan on Black Friday. To see photos of this event, paste this link into your browser Facebook.com/SaveAGato
Would you like to help Save a Gato? You can make a big difference to a cat's life! Save a Gato only survives on the generosity of people donating their time and money. We have a wish list on Amazon listing all the items that are essential for us. http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/registry.html?ie=UTF8&type=wishlist&id=3CB714A5WIC9R
Items that Save a Gato always needs are: Dry cat food (200 lbs. weekly) wet cat food (20 cans weekly), cleaning products such as; clorox, OdoBan, paper towel, dish soap, sponges, garbage bags & antibacterial spray.
Also items such as the following are always appreciated; bath rugs, large cat cages, cat carriers, cat toys, bowls & plates. If you would like to donate any of these please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email email@example.com for adoptions or volunteer inquiries!
Our mission at Save a Gato is to humanly control the population of stray cats in the old city of san Juan P.R. through neutering, vaccinating and feeding. We also have a great adoption program for the kittens and cats we find in the streets and a place to care for the sick and injured cats. We hope one day that all the cats in San Juan will be neutered so we can then help spread our philosophy to the other cities of Puerto Rico. Take a stroll on the famous National Park trail named the Paseo del Morro in San Juan and you will see several cats lounging on the rocks, some friendly others shy but all beautiful and healthy. Our story started in 2004 and it's still going with success. Cats were first trapped on the Paseo del Morro in agreement with National Park to reduce their colony in a humane and effective way and from there the program expended to the rest of the city. With the help of the municipality shelter, Dr Perez and Miramar hospital we have been able to neuter, vaccinate and de-worm over 1000 cats. We wish we could find a loving home for every cat that goes through our TNR program. As we are not a shelter the cats that are not successful in our adoption program are returned to their original colonies and are lovingly monitored by our volunteers and residents.
Please e-mail to arrange to visit our kitty cat friends. Volunteers are on site almost every day so we can be quite flexible with visiting times.