Keystone Bulldog Rescue of SWPA

    dedicated to the homeless, neglected and abused animals

Feral Cat Assitance Program
Volunteer!  Donate!
They need you!

Twelve years ago , before Keystone's inception, as a city girl moving to the country,  you begin to notice the wildlife, nature . . . . and oh.... I wonder who's cat that is?  It looks pretty bad.  Oh he's looking for food. . . sooo you leave him a plate of food.  He watches from a distance and when you leave, he hurries to eat it as fast as he can for fear of humans and other animals.  Watching over his shoulder with every bite, but desperate to eat the food.

So the next day, you leave another plate , and he returns.  So now they begin to understand you are not going to hurt them, but they keep their distance.  As days progress you begin to see two cats waiting, then three.  You realize they have no one that cares.  One has a puffy eye, one may have an open wound, or is limping badly.  And so it goes.

We learn that all  animals need compassion, especially the homeless domestic ones.  They are intelligent creatures and on a whole they care and look out for each other.  They live in groups / colonies.  They are family.

Not many realize that to reach out with a small act of kindness may make the difference of them living longer, healthier lives.  Ferals living outside  don't feel abandoned or unloved, they adapt and try to survive.  Many don't.  But being alone with no human interaction takes it's toll, and they will eat garbage, and rodents riddled with disease.  They get infections, suffer and die.  They mostly get hit by cars or attacked by wild animals.  Sadly some die of starvation and lack of shelter.   

They don't know the meaning of feeling safe.

Sadly, they do not deserve this, but with a little help,  we can change their  world and give them hope.  It starts with showing kindness and compassion to one.
Keystone's Feral Cat Assistance offers :
( limited to funding available)

Food delivery

Trap and Release
( spay neuter and returned to location)

Other medical attention as needed.

Relocation of pregnant ferals, (total rehabilitation and adoption for both mother's and kittens)

Winter portable shelters and heated equipment provided  (while quantities last).

Intake and rehabilitaion of humane , and hoarding cases.  Including medical attention, vaccines and adoption placement.

WE HAVE KITTENS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ON OR AFTER JUNE 15, 2018.  Please check back for pictures of available adoptions including the one year old Moms!

Adoption requires an application, references, home visit and an adoption fee of $75 that will cover the cost of first vet visit, vaccines and spay / neuter certificate .

For more informaion, please write too : 

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Watch for upcoming dates for income based cost , spay / neuter clinic!