THE MOST IN-NEED RMFR CATS
When our cats and kittens get sick and need extra care they stay in our ISO ward (Isolation Ward). It is not uncommon for a shelter cat to develop an upper respiratory infection or urinary tract infection in response to the stress they are experiencing in a new environment with a lot of new people and cats to adjust to. The ISO ward allows us to separate those cats while we treat them to prevent the spread of viruses, giving them a quiet space to recuperate, and to allow their parasympathetic systems a chance to relax to improve their well-being.
ISO is also a safe haven for cats and kittens with ringworm. We are one of the few shelters who will accept and treat cats and kittens with ringworm, as it is a completely treatable fungal infection similar to athlete's foot. Keeping these cats and kittens separate provides an environment to heal and avoid recontact, while not transmitting ringworm to our entire cat-population.
Our medical team dedicates time to ensure cats remain socialized and well cared for while in the ISO ward, and celebrate as they clear for our general population and adoption.
By sponsoring the ISO room you can help pay for the costs of medication needed to help bring these felines back to health, the high-level of care you have come to expect from RMFR staff, and an the innovative approaches required to treat unique and challenging medical cases.
Make a Donation Today
What Your Donation Supports
$45 recurring donation
Maintains the isolation ward for ONE WEEK over the course of the year
$165 recurring donation
Maintains the isolation ward for ONE MONTH over the course of the year
$500 one-time donation
Your gift immediately maintains the isolation ward for ONE WEEK.
$2,000 one-time donation
Your gift immediately maintains the isolation ward for ONE MONTH
$6,000 one-time donation
Your gift immediately maintains the isolation ward for THREE MONTHS
$26,000 one-time donation
Your generous gift maintains the isolation ward for ONE YEAR
Donations to RMFR are used to support the general operations of the shelter, including but not limited to the ISO room.
Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue is a tax-exempt non-profit organization, under the section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and therefore all charitable donations are deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
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Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue
2390 S Delaware Street
Denver, CO 80223