If you love cats and rescues that help them, then let me tell you all about Good Mews Animal Foundation. This all-cat sanctuary is one of the few cage-free, no-kill cat shelters in the state of Georgia and the first in the metro Atlanta area. Since the time of opening their doors in 1988, they have placed more than 10,000 cats into new homes. For the past few years, their average has gone up to 450 saved cats per year.
Good Mews is home to approximately 100 residents at any given time, with another 30 to 40 cats in foster care or their HALO program, which allows cats with severe and/or chronic medicals needs to find homes with Good Mews continuing to provide the medical care related to that condition.
Good Mews Animal Foundation has an extensive medical care program and its own Surgical Suit on site. They do their own Spay and Neuter and they have an active Trap and Return program. Once a cat is accepted into our shelter population, it has a home for life! No cat is ever euthanized to make room for another, and euthanasia is ONLY performed when a veterinarian has diagnosed that the cat’s quality of life is severely and permanently compromised by sickness or injury.
Good Mews Animal Foundation is a leader in community activities, education and advice. Good Mews promotes public awareness regarding the value of pets, animal welfare, pet overpopulation, and quality human-animal companionship through education and outreach programs. As a Best Friend’s Atlanta Network Partner, they help other rescues across the country save the lives of these precious cats.
As a proven leader in the cat community, Good Mews Animal Rescue has received lots of grants and recognition for their amazing work in Georgia. But just like all rescues, they only survive because of the Fosters, Volunteers and Donors that continue to support them in their efforts to take care of cats in and around Georgia.
Once you learn more about Good Mews Animal Rescue, you will be proud to support them in anyway you can. Please visit their website to learn more about them and how you can get involved. Together, we can save so many lives!