Donations to Tails of Hope assist in providing shelter, food and other essential provisions in care of homeless, stray and feral cats.
100% of all donations made to Tails of Hope are utilized for the care of the rescued cats living at the Tails of Hope sanctuary. Your donations can help us continue to provide quality long term care for the animals at the sanctuary.
Tails of Hope is a sanctuary offering life long care for stray and feral cats that are not socialized to a level that would allow them to be adopted into a traditional domestic cat home environment. The fate of a rescued cat lacking social skills for adoption is most often a death sentence. At the Tails of Hope sanctuary are the faces of many that have escaped a death sentence.
The cats at the Tails of Hope sanctuary are provided food, water, shelter, medical care and other essential provisions throughout the remainder of their lives. They are provided indoor shelter protected from the elements and danger of life alone yet offered safe access to the outdoors through kenneling. They have the luxury of putting their heads down snuggling in a blanket and going to sleep knowing they are safe with food and water in abundance and always available, something that most homeless, stray and feral cats will never experience.
The cats at the Tails of Hope sanctuary are accepted just as they are. There are no expectations of sociability. They are offered a chance to grow into trust of humans if they so desire but will never be expected to move from their comfort zone. What we have found is that through time, patience and observation of other colony mates, many do grow into some level of trust of humans and others remain terrified of human interaction. But what remains true for each is that they do connect and experience in their own way love when given the chance through patience and acceptance.
Please consider making a donation to Tails of Hope. If you would like to see some of the faces of the residents at the Tails of Hope sanctuary you can visit us on Facebook, just search Tails of Hope. Thank you!