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March Adoption Promotion
March could be a lucky month for you.  We are doing "Spin the Wheel" for reduced adoption fees on all adult cats. And senior cats may be adopted for $40.  Please come in and visit our community of cats....spring is a wonderful time to bring a new furry family member into the home! 

Please visit our Facebook page for more information about our programs and events. 
Visit our website to view all our cats available for adoption.  
Note: our standard adoption  screening process applies to this promotion. Further, for cats age ten and older and cats with chronic medical problems we offer our Perpet-U-Care Program which provides
$250 of veterinary care services at the CCS Cat Clinic annually. 
Drag Queen Bingo  
with the Denver Cycle Sluts
Friday, March 8, 2019   

Please mark your calendar for this Friday evening, March 8,  at Dulce Vida where the Denver Cycle Sluts are hosting a bingo fundraiser to support Cat Care Society.  All the donations, bingo fees, and tips go directly to Cat Care to benefit our kitties.   The event raised $1600 last year, and we have a goal of $2000 for this year.

When: March 8, 2019   Games start at 8pm and seating begins at 6:30pm
Where: Dulce Vida-1201 Cherokee St. Denver, 80204
What to bring: $$$...$10 to play 8 games, plus chance drawing tickets -  $1.00 each for raffle gift basket.  Tips are much appreciated too.

Food and drinks are available to purchase and enjoy during the evening.

The event sold out last year, so if you have a large group of participants, it's a good idea to call for reservations.  Call Dulce Vida at 303-954-8665 and ask for Joe.  We hope to see you there!

Click here for more information about the Denver Cycle Sluts!
Shelter News

February was another very exciting month of adoptions: we found homes for 51 cats last month!  We are so happy with this upward trend and that our mission is becoming more successful all the time....helping the many neglected, homeless, and abused cats in the community.

We had two very special adoptions recently...Peaches, an 8 year old with food allergies, and Gabby, a 16 year old with kidney issues.  It's wonderful when special needs kitties find loving homes and people to care for them.

Catty Hour
Friday, March 22nd
Our next Catty Hour is scheduled for Friday, March 22nd, from 6 to 8 PM at the shelter. Whether you need to unwind after the week, or just love cuddling and playing with cats, it's a perfect event for you.  This is an adults only evening, and donations are appreciated.  Please contact Suellen Scott at 303-239-9680 x 19, or email sscott@catcaresociety.org.

Roaring and Purring in Cats 
Ever wonder why big cats roar and smaller cats purr?  Well, somewhere in the evolutionary process, a physical difference occured in the voice box.  In big cats such as lions, tigers, and cheetahs, the triangular bone around the vocal chords is flexible allowing for more expansion and stretch than in smaller cats.  This greater range of movement is what produces the long, deep vibration of a roar.  In smaller animals, like our cat friends, the bone is rigid and the vocal chords are more contained resulting in the purr that we all love to hear.  Additionally, scientists have studied the purr of cats through the years and have discovered that the purr not only signals happiness, but can also be heard when a cat is in distress or pain.  The vibration of the purr actually has self-healing qualities.  The rhythm causes the body's connective tissue to open, moving more oxygen through the blood, more antibodies to a wound, and more pain reducing enzymes and hormones.
Yoga with the Cats
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Join our limber kitties for Yoga with the Cats on Sunday, March 24th, from 4 to 5PM at the shelter.  Whether you are experienced or a beginner, this will be an enjoyable class.  Water and music are provided, and the class is led by a certified instructor.  The fee is $20, and all of that benefits our cats. 
Space is limited, so please contact Suellen Scott soon at 303-239-9680 x19, or email sscott@catcaresociety.org

Fostering Seminar
Saturday, March 30th, 2019
Presenter: Rianda Copeland, Director of Medical Care at CCS

Date:  Saturday, March 30, 2019
Location:  Lower Level of Main Shelter
Time:  10:30am to 1:00pm
Rianda Copeland, our Medical Care Director, will give a broad overview of our foster program, and all that it provides to the cats in foster care.  This is a valuable class for volunteers who are already foster parents, and very informative for those who might be interested in fostering cats.   There will be plenty of time for Q & A as well.  With kitten season approaching, and numerous adult cats who would benefit from this care, we are in need of good people.  Click here to read about our foster program.

Please note that this class goes longer than our usual seminars due to all the material to be covered.

For more Information:
Please call 303-239-9680 or email: 
Please register soon as space is limited.

Opt to Adopt Jackie
Jackie, a lovely five and a half year old kitty,  is our featured cat this time. 
She was first brought in as a stray and was a mom to 5 babies. She turned out to be very cranky in the shelter environment and we knew she needed to be the only cat in the home. Jackie was adopted, but was brought back by the owner after she had been fighting with the neighbor's cat. We discovered that the owner had been letting her go outside, and she was injured during one of the fights. Jackie had  her wounds bandaged and was put on heavy antibiotics due to infection, but has made a full recovery and is now  very loving towards people. She still does not like other cats and would prefer to remain the only feline in the home. 
  You can read more about Jackie here:

March 5, 2019

  • March Adoption Promotion
  • Drag Queen Bingo
  • Shelter News
  • Catty Hour
  • Roaring and Purring
  • Yoga with the Cats
  • Seminar-Foster Care
  • Opt to Adopt Jackie

Do you have questions about the CCS cat guardianship program?

Contact Suellen Scott at 303.239.9680 x 19 or 
e-mail  for more information.

As of December, 2018 we have raised $62,794 of revenue to support our cats and mission. We are averaging about $1,000 
of income each month.

Our catios have been enhanced with the addition of many elevated outdoor perches for the cats.  Stop by and see the cats enjoy them!

Even though February is past, we still have a few cat valentines available for a $25 donation. 
We also have several valentine goody bags left and they may be purchased for $20.  Valentines and goody bags are both available at the shelter.

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5787 W. 6th Ave.  
Lakewood, CO 80214
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