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1 Celebrating 15 years & 30,000 Adoptions What s Inside? Spring / Summer Annual Report... page 2 CAT s 30,000th Adoption... page 3 15 Years of Saving Lives... page 4-5 Happy Adoptions... page 6 Petco Foundation Renovation... page 7

2 CAT s 2012 Numbers Behind the Lives Saved Adoptions 2,475 cats / kittens 23% of adoptions took place at our offsite adoption centers Grants 20% Donations 25% 52% of adoptions were kittens 61% were black or mostly black cats Events 8% Flood* 4% Other Income 6% Thrift Store 7% Adoption & Hospital 27% 2012 Revenue and Support $1,492,456 Bequests 3% 29,591 total adoptions since founding in 1998 (through December 31, 2012) Intake 2,491 cats/kittens taken in 77% of these cats came from other shelters, and 23% came from the public Administration 7% Depreciation 3% Fundraising 6% Spay/Neuter 3,296 total surgeries 2,048 were low-cost/subsidized surgeries for owned cats Cat Food Bank Program Services 85% 2012 Expenses $1,556,944 *During 2012 we experienced a flood that curtailed shelter operations for a period. Our insurance reimbursed us for some of the related loss of revenue. These are preliminary figures pending an auditor s review of CAT s 2012 financials. 33, pounds of cat food distributed (closed 2 months due to flood) 130,364.7 total lbs distributed since opening in June 2008 (through December 31, 2012) Volunteering 601 active volunteers Over 52,519 hours of service donated, which is equivalent to 25 full time employees CAT Annual Report To view CAT s complete report on adoptions, intake, and disposition of cats, please visit:

3 On March 15, CAT celebrated a huge milestone: our 30,000th adoption! The fortunate feline was Chomper a handsome boy who d been awaiting his forever home since August. Why so long? Well, Chomper tested positive for the feline immunodeficiency virus or FIV. (FIV-positive cats have weaker immune systems; however, most live relatively normal life spans.) And Chomper can be well a bit cranky sometimes. We knew Chomper would make a wonderful pet, but he wasn t what most people have in mind when they go out looking to adopt. Chomper was especially fortunate because Theresa Brown was looking for a cat with special needs a cat who might be overlooked by other adopters. Theresa and Chomper (now known as Hubert) became each other s happily ever after. CAT will pass another milestone in 2013: our 15th anniversary! When we opened our doors in 1998 with 35 cats, the homeless cat scene in the Portland metro area was dramatically different. Thousands of healthy, adoptable cats were being put down in CAT s 30,000th adoption local shelters. Low-income cat owners and feral cat caregivers couldn t afford to get their cats spayed or neutered. Animal shelters worked in isolation or sometimes at odds with one another. Fast forward 15 years and the situation has changed dramatically. CAT and other Portland-area animal shelters work together to provide low-cost spay/neuter services, help keep pets out of shelters, and ensure those pets taken to shelters make it out alive. No healthy, adoptable cat (or dog) has been euthanized in Portland in over two years. We re making progress saving more cats who need special treatment or special homes cats like Chomper, or litters of underage kittens who need foster care until they re old enough to be adopted, or cats who need dental care or treatment for an upper respiratory infection. CAT has always been a safety net for these cats in fact, over 77 percent of our cats and kittens come to us from other shelters unable to provide the specialized care some cats need. With our onsite hospital, nationally-recognized foster program, and generous volunteers and donors, we ve been able to save over 30,000 lives and prevent the births of countless unwanted kittens. Today as we look forward toward the next 15 years and the next 30,000 cats, it s even more critical that we are able to provide for cats with special needs, and we re going to need you! Please help us make more happily ever afters by: Adopting a harder to adopt (but no less loveable) cat Volunteering (we need volunteers to fill a variety of different roles!) Becoming a foster home for cats or kittens Making a donation to support our lifesaving programs Celebrating 30,000 Adoptions & 15 Years Visit catadoptionteam.org to learn more. Thank you for caring about cats and being a part of the Cat Adoption Team! Sincerely, Karen Green Executive Director Karen with her less adoptable cat, Sterling 3

4 kitty Ready for Adoption Litter ,000th adoption 2004 became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit 2005 organized foster program The Cat Adoption Team was founded with 35 rescued cats 2002 opened on-site hospital ,000th Adoption Founding member of Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland 4

5 2008 began offering subsidized spay/neuter surgeries via Spay & Save opened Cat Food Bank 2011 opened the Thrift Store kitty ,000th Adoption ,000th adoption 2012 shelter flooded due to burst pipe; resulted in many upgrades to building 15 Years of Saving Lives 5

6 15 Years of Happy Adoptions Rusty adopted June 2007 Irving adopted December 2012 Luna adopted December 2012 Haggis catadoptionteam.org/alums 6 Kate adopted July 2012 adopted September 2004 Greyson Pinky Gladys Gutzman adopted 2005 View more happy adoptions at: Rex adopted May 2011 adopted 1998

7 Come see our exciting changes We are putting the finishing touches on our free-roam room update project. If you ve not visited CAT s Sherwood shelter for a while, you will want to stop by and take a look because now all the cats can have a good look at you, too through newly installed wall-sized windows. The Petco Foundation awarded CAT a $15,000 grant to renovate our free-roam rooms to provide the cats more light, exposure, and space to be cat-like: to climb, stretch, scratch, jump, and perch. The goal was to keep the cats healthier both physically and emotionally and to help them find homes more quickly. Now each room received a makeover that included a new paint job, updated furniture that is easier to clean and more comfy for the cats, and windows to let in the light. Four rooms have large windows so the cats can watch you while you watch them. There are even windows between the rooms so the cats can keep an eye on each other. All the doors have glass inserts making it easier to see who is in that room. Yes, we expect a lot of finger and nose prints on all that glass. We are, however, more than happy to add window washing to the daily cleaning routine because the cats are happier. Read more and see photos of the remodel at: in Raleigh Hills Thrift Store Benefitting The Cat Adoption Team 4838 SW Scholls Ferry Rd. / Portland, OR (503) / clothes * housewares * furniture trinkets * collectibles 7

8 NON Profit us postage Paid Morel ink SW Galbreath Drive Sherwood, Oregon CAT s Mission: To work with our community to save the lives of unwanted, sick, and injured cats and kittens by offering shelter, adoption, foster, spay/neuter, and veterinary services to end needless feline euthanasia. Kitten Palooza adoption event Saturday June 29, PM More than 75 kittens waiting to meet you CAT Newsletter: A publication of the Cat Adoption Team, the Pacific Northwest s largest feline-only non-profit shelter SW Galbreath Drive Sherwood, Oregon (503) CAT Shelter Hours Tues. - Fri. 12 noon to 7 pm Sat. - Sun. 12 noon to 6 pm Closed Monday 2013 Board of Directors Kris Otteman, DVM (President) Britta Bavaresco (Treasurer) Rob Barker (Secretary) Diane Charlton Laura Handzel, JD Emily Hirsch, CAWA Alison Marsh, DVM, JD Karen Porter, CPA Shari Lynn Scales, CFRE catadoptionteam.org Newsletter Edited By Kathy Covey / Designed By Melanie Belshee

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