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Our Mission: To end “cat abandonment” in all of its forms.

 

Our Methods:  Trap/Neuter/Return Program; Adoption of friendly cats; Early spay/neuter. 

 

Our Madness: We believe we can reinvent the way people think about cats and reduce cat overpopulation and suffering.

 

Spay/Neuter We can Help

To help fight feline overpopulation we offer a donation based spay and neuter clinic for stray and feral cats 

                     

 Contact us for Appt. 

Stray & Feral 

cats Qualify

Barn Homes Needed

If you can provide a home for feral kittens and cats please fill out our Barn Home Application ... Thank you.

 Thanks for a great year 2018 

330 cats adopted over 616 fixed

Thanks to our 3 Petco locations where you can meet our wonderul cats and kittens 

Lake Oswego Petco

Glisan Petco and 

Beaverton Petco

COME MEET THEM

Columbia Gorge Cat Rescue is a nonprofit volunteer group dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and placing the community’s abandoned, neglected and injured cats and kittens into loving, lifetime homes. We are a group of individuals committed to helping cats in our community.  Our goal is to help with the problem of cat over-population.

 

We are not a shelter; we are a rescue group that provides spay and neuter services for stray and feral cats in our community. Adoptable cats are placed in foster homes while they await their new home or taken to our 3 Petco adoption partners in Portland. We are 100% privately funded through donations and grants and all of our money is spent on the cats' care. We do pay our vets who offer their services to our clinic.

 

Because of the number of homeless cats who need our help, we do not intake pets.

Our service area includes Hood River County, northern Wasco County in OR; part of Skamania County, and western Klickitat County in WA.  

More specifically - The Columbia River Gorge Corridor from the west end :  The Bridge of the Gods to the Dalles Bridge at the east end and including:

North Bonneville in Skamania Co; the communities along Hwy. 141 -Trout Lake, Snowden, Klickatat  and Glenwood in Klickitat Co.;  and  Dufur in Wasco Co.

Click the arrow to see our adoptable cats and kittens

Need Help ?

Our volunteer organization exists to help homeless cats in the Columbia River Gorge.

We are a small group of volunteers, we are not available 24/7. However, we very much want to help.

If you have an emergency Please use our Emergency Link for a quicker response 

HOW TO HELP DURING KITTEN SEASON 

  • Foster: If you are knowledgeable about cats, fostering, or not so knowledable, fostering helps give cats or kittens they time they need before going to our petco partners

  • Care for Kittens: Ask  At 2-3 weeks, kittens must be bottle-fed every few hours. If you are able to foster small kittens.

  • Adopt: Adopting a cat during kitten season helps us  care for another homeless kitten or cat and adds joy to your life

  • Donate: If you have free time, donate several hours or one day per week  Or, if you don't have time, make a financial contribution.

  • Prevent Un Wanted Kittens: Yes, kittens are cute, but not when they are homeless and at risk.  Spay or neuter your pet and keep her or him indoors. Check with us for our low cost donation based clinic and our Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) programs for local feral cats.

FEBRUAY 28 2019 GRANT AWARD

We are thrilled to be recognized by the @PetcoFoundation for our lifesaving work!

 

A $12,000 investment from the Petco Foundation will help us continue to spay and neuter stray and feral cats and find  loving homes for adoptable cats in our community in 2019... 

The Gorge is a unique area with many small communities and juridictions that politically are not connected.  We have fixed over 6300 cats since 2007 throughout this varied landscape of towns and jurisdictions spanning both sides of the Columbia River.   Our small, dedicated, volunteer forces have made this happen.  

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