Originally Posted by CTCat
I just picked this organization because it has gone BEYOND the call of duty to save cats/kittens on numerous occasions. I know this for a fact.
EVERY rescue organization I've personally dealt with on large scale cat projects, including my own rescue goes BEYOND the call of duty to save cats and kittens. This is what rescue work is all about.
While I commend you for being dedicated enough to this rescue to post for assistance, I tend to agree with Katie that helping local rescues is the way to make a difference in your community and the cats affected in it.
The question was asked "Where can you do the most good?"
The answer, where you live.
I live in Ohio...where gassing chambers (and sometimes even rogue Dog Warden's with rifles) are used. 90% of the nursing/pregnant queens we pull come from gassing shelters where they would have been euthanized because of their status.