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Save Cat Lives!

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We here at HepCatShirts.com are very concerned about
saving the lives of cats and kittens.
Sadly, every year hundreds of thousands of unwanted “pets” starve to death, are killed in accidents,
or euthanized (killed) in shelters that cannot find homes for them.
 
HepCatShirts.com donates 20% of all profits
from the sale of our shirts to help save cat lives.
Every purchase you make helps end the tragic suffering
of unwanted homeless cats and kittens!
 
We work with a local cat rescue that is all volunteer, The Rutherford County Cat Rescue TNR. They are angels in the cat world, volunteering their time and effort to trap feral and homeless kittens and cats, provide veterinarian care, surgery for injuries, spaying and neutering, vaccinations, testing, finding foster homes and ultimately FOREVER homes for 100s of cats and kittens every year.
HepCatShirts also promotes pet spaying and neutering. We see it as one of the most loving things you can do for your pet and for the animal world in general. For more information regarding spay and neuter, read the information below.
 
Our mission is to end suffering of homeless cats and kittens.
Every purchase you make, helps! Thank you!

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Saving Lives: Whether you adopt a cat or kitten from an animal shelter or from a rescue organization, you're saving lives. That's right: lives, as in more than one. Adoption saves more than just the life of the pet you adopt. If you adopt from an animal shelter, you're making room for a pet that might otherwise be euthanized, or you're allowing other pets at the shelter to be kept for a longer period of time, giving them a better shot at being adopted. If you take home a cat or kitten for adoption at a no-kill pet rescue organization, you're allowing that organization to rescue another pet from a public shelter, which, of course, saves the life of that pet plus the lives of other pets at that shelter by creating space so other animals can be kept longer. As you can see, adoption is truly a continuous cycle of saving lives!