KINGMAN, AZ (September 7, 2023) – Feral Cat Warriors rescued 34 domesticated cats and kittens from the New Kingman-Butler area on September 5, 2023. At approximately 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 5th, 2023, Feral Cat Warriors, a nonprofit cat rescue in Kingman, AZ was contacted concerning more than 30 cats that had been abandoned on an empty lot. A concerned citizen reached out to Feral Cat Warriors worried about the health and wellbeing of these cats.
All the cats and kittens rescued that evening were in dire shape, they were skinny, hungry, severely dehydrated and many needed major medical care. Given that all these domesticated cats were unaltered, there were a total of ten female cats that are currently pregnant. Several of the cats were found with untreated eye infections that are going to result in eye enucleations (removal of the eye) with a cost between $700 – $1,000 once they are healthy enough for surgery.
Feral Cat Warriors is asking the community for any financial assistance they can afford at this time. Hoarding situations like these put a major strain on their day-to-day operations of caring for the many homeless and abandoned cats and kittens throughout Mohave County.
If you would like to help support these cats or follow their progress visit Feral Cat Warriors at:https://feralcatwarriors.org/new-kingman-butler-hoarding-case-feral-cat-warriors/
About Feral Cat Warriors
“Feral Cat Warriors” is a dedicated nonprofit organization headquartered in Mohave County, Arizona, with a mission to protect and improve the lives of cats and kittens. Committed to creating a compassionate community that values all living beings, the organization employs a multi-faceted approach that includes Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), fostering, and finding loving forever homes for these vulnerable animals. With an unwavering commitment to a no-kill philosophy, “Feral Cat Warriors” addresses the challenges of feral cat overpopulation by providing essential care, medical attention, and community outreach. By rescuing stray cats and kittens from the streets and empowering volunteers to be a part of this mission, “Feral Cat Warriors” aims to make a lasting and positive impact on both the lives of these animals and the community they serve.