Pamalah MacNeily started rescuing cats in 2012. She found out that Los Angeles shelters gave healthy cats only 3 to 5 days to be adopted before they would be euthanized. She started donating to groups who were rescuing and decided to start fostering cats. As Pamalah kept fostering, she gained experience in the field of rescue. She became an independent rescuer in Marin County, where she founded Cat Angel Network. Currently, CAN finds forever homes for about 90 cats per year.
Cat Angel Network is an independent cat rescue located in Marin County. We rescue cats from a variety of situations, including overcrowded shelters, transfers from other rescues, owner surrenders, and strays. We adopt out about 90 cats per year with the help of our committed team of volunteers.
How You Can Help:
If you’re interested in fostering or adopting a cat, please fill out an application form through our Petstablished page: https://petstablished.com/organization/2369
Donations are also extremely helpful- medical costs, high-quality food, and supplies can be very expensive!
Below is a list of how much your donation can help us:
$40- One case of kitten food
$30 - One bag of litter
$80 - One set of vaccinations
$80 to $250- Spay/Neuter surgery
Donate via Petstablished to help us expand our services and save more cats!