Saving Stevie was founded in 2021.
Stevie was a 4-month-old kitten found in a cat colony. She was malnourished, had pneumonia and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and her organs were displaced. All the love in the world couldn’t save this little girl. With the support and counsel of WesVet Animal Hospital, Stevie was humanely euthanized before she suffered an inevitable and painful death.
We can continue to honor Stevie’s life by helping other kitties through education, TNR (trap neuter return), + adopting spayed/neutered animals into loving homes.
Without a physical location or shelter, all cats in our care are fostered in + adopted from homes. As a completely volunteer organization, we rely on physical + monetary donations. Each dollar donated supports our mission + ensures that we are able to continue to save lives.
We know that saving cats is a community effort. We offer educational resources, volunteer opportunities, and veterinary recommendations so our community can help the felines we can't.
Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a humane + effective way to decrease the cat population. Cats are spayed/neutered and receive a rabies vaccination + an ear tip to indicate that they have been fixed. Post-recovery, the cats are returned to their outdoor homes.
Kittens + cats are fostered in the homes of our fosters until they are ready for adoption! They will be spayed/neutered, receive age-appropriate vaccinations, testing for FeLV/FIV, as well as monthly preventative prior to heading to their forever homes.