Rescuing homeless and abandoned cats.
Fostering and adopting them to forever, loving homes.
Educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering to reduce pet overpopulation.
Offering low cost spaying and neutering.

We are a no-kill cat rescue group made up of volunteers and a fostering network, without a paid staff. We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.  We do not have a shelter yet.

Our Definition of "No-Kill Rescue"
1) No animal will ever be euthanized, except for humane reasons such as to end pain and suffering.
2) No animal will ever be transferred to another facility that does euthanize animals for reasons other than those reasons mentioned above.

The cats we take into our rescue that are not adoptable because of age, medical reasons or behavior, will live out the remainder of their lives in a happy, cozy, home environment. Any cat that has a medical condition such as kidney failure, is treated with supportive care and provided a good quality of life.

-We rescue stray and previously owned cats.
-We foster them in a loving family setting and put them up for adoption.
-We provide low cost spaying and neutering for owned, stray and feral cats.
-We educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering as the only humane solution to ending the overpopulation problem. Killing isn't the answer, spaying and neutering is! There simply are not enough homes for all of the kittens being born.

Our vision is simply to end the overpopulation of cats in Southern Idaho. To stop healthy, adoptable cats from being killed by the thousands each year. And to work with other rescue groups and shelters to achieve this goal. We would like to see this happen throughout the United States!

In Memory of our little Sparky who's life was short but his family loved him dearly


Conrad Strays, Teresa Conrad (208) 585-9665 

Email: ConradStrays@aol.com    

With Teresa's busy schedule, EMAIL is the fastest way to get in touch with her!

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
---Margaret Mead, 1901-78


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