Ways to Shop and Help Here are some ways you can support MeoowzResQ without spending any extra money! Just shop like you always do and the participating companies will donate a portion of your purchase to us.
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A MeoowzResQ volunteer, Amanda Tiaskkun, is not only talented when it comes to helping our kittens get adopted but she also has an incredible talent for painting! She can capture the personality of our furry friends on canvas from photos! Amanda paints abstract landscapes, realistic portraits of animals, and original artwork from her … Continue reading
Val’s Pals Vote
Val’s Pals presented by your Southern California Nissan Dealers is hosting a program started by the Valentine in the Morning Show to help bring awareness to charities right here in the Southern California area. Each Friday they wrap up the week by highlighting a different charity on the show! MeoowzResQ could be that charity!!! … Continue reading
Anaheim Fireworks Program
If you’re looking for fireworks for the 4th of July, shop at TNT Fireworks, present the flyer below, and receive $10 off your purchase of $50 AND 30% of your purchase is donated to MeoowzResQ! Download and print the flyer on the left or present the flyer on your phone at one … Continue reading
Dr. Heidi Strand from Pro Pet Fix
Dr. Heidi Strand is one of the Veterinarian owners at Pro Pet Fix in Fullerton. She has given her time and expertise to make Orange County a safer place for animals in need. She graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. Before moving to Fullerton she worked for … Continue reading
Pet Expo 2014
We will be at Pet Expo this weekend spreading the word about the work we do. We will have kittens available for adoption all weekend. Stop by and say hello — booth 1347 in the courtyard.
Some of you may remember The Friskes, the contest for the best internet cat videos put on by Friskies. As one of the 25 rescues benefitting from the contest, we received 5,000 cans of Friskies back in October. (Yes, it is all gone.) Each group was to receive up to … Continue reading