Our Wish List:
As with all non-profit shelters and rescues, help is always needed. Here are some of the items that we need to keep Kitty Quarters running and to fulfill our mission. These items will benefit our adoptable cats, allowing them to have safe, clean, and comfortable lives while awaiting their new homes. Our feral/community cats, will also benefit from many of these items.
Please call us at: 860-482-2888 to arrange a drop off time, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Year-Round Wish List:
*Dish Washing Liquid - Dawn or Palmolive
*HE Laundry Detergent - Unscented - Prefer All with Oxi
*Lysol Laundry Sanitizer - Crisp Linen
Band Aids - Waterproof - Large
*Tall Kitchen Garbage Bags
Simple Solution Extreme - Stain & Odor Remover
Stainless Steel Bowls - Red/Blue with Gripper Bases
World's Best Corn Kitty Litter (for the Kittens)
Wood Stove Pellets
Fancy Feast Kitten & Adult Food - Classic Pate
Friskies Canned - Pate - Mariner's Catch, Chicken & Tuna, Turkey & Giblets
Fancy Feast Kitten Food - Canned
Fancy Feast Kitten Food - Dry
Hills - Mother and Baby - Canned
Purina Hair Ball Remedy - Dry
Purina Indoor Adult - Dry
$ for all the bills: vet / electric / phone / internet / security / water / sewer / insurance
Cat food and litter donations for food bank for the unfortunate people who might have to surrender their loving pet to the shelter unless we help them.
Adult & kitten food to help those dedicated volunteers who feed the suffering feral cats.
This Spring or Summer:
Donation of materials and labor for short retaining wall to secure backyard.
To Assemble your own feral cat shelter:
Cut a doorway six inches by six inches in one of the long sides of the bin towards the corner. Cut the opening so that the bottom of the doorway is several inches above the ground to prevent flooding.
Line the floor of the bin with a piece of Styrofoam, using the yardstick and box cutter to cut the piece. It doesn’t have to be an exact fit, but the closer the better.
In a similar fashion, line each of the four interior walls of the bin with a piece of the Styrofoam. Again, perfect cuts are not necessary. Leave a cap of three inches between the top of these Styrofoam “wall pieces” and the upper lip of the bin.
Cut out a doorway in the Styrofoam interior wall where the doorway has already been cut out in the storage bin.
Measure the length and width of the interior space and place a second, smaller-size bin into the open interior. This bin should fit as snugly as possible against the Styrofoam wall pieces. Cut a doorway into this bin where the doorways have been cut into the Styrofoam and outer bin.
Stuff the bottom of the interior bin with straw or other insulating material (no blankets or towels!) to provide both insulation and a comfortable spot to lie down.
Cut out a Styrofoam “roof” to rest on top of the Styrofoam wall pieces.
Cover the bin with its lid.
This shelter is easy to clean by taking off the lid and the roof. It is lightweight and may need to be weighed down. A flap over the door way is optional.