— Founded by a Russian Orthodox nun, it's the oldest no-kill, cage-free shelter in the state.
— The Italian woman turned over her North Carolina studio to 260 cats in 2007.
— The Portland no-kill, free-roam shelter gives cats with FeLV a happy place to live and thrive.
— He climbs, plays, and soaks up love with 125 other once "hopeless" cats at Tabby's Place sanctuary.
— This unique cat sanctuary provides lifelong love and care to feral, ill, and feline leukemia-positive cats.
— After a series of surgeries and one amputation, Corky is thriving -- and so is Cat's Cradle, the rescue that saved him.