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- ASPCA, May 2015: $2,500 grant from the ASPCA for the project: Specialized Veterinary Care, Rehabilitative Care and Adoption Promotions for Special Needs Cats. This Project was made possible through a generous grant from the ASPCA through the Lil BUB’s Big Fund.
- Exxon Mobil
- Maddie’s Fund: Maddie’s Fund mission is to “Revolutionize the status and well being of companion animals.” Cat Matchers received annual grants from Maddie’s Fund 2010 – 2012 that were used toward veterinary care for the animals in our care. These funds were received because Cat Matchers participated in a community collaborative project with several local animal agencies who are interested in reducing the number of animals entering shelters and the euthanasia rate. To qualify for this grant, we had to provide information about our program since 2007. The compiled data we submitted to Maddie’s Fund is below. We are very grateful to Maddie’s Fund and their support of Cat Matchers.
2007 Animal Statistics
2008 Animal Statistics
2009 Animal Statistics
2010 Animal Statistics
2011 Animal Statistics
2012 Animal Statistics
2013 Animal Statistics
Maddie’s Fund® Awards $40,000 to No More Homeless Pets Dallas CoalitionNo More Homeless Pets Dallas Coalition to Receive Award to Collect and Publish Data Concerning Dog and Cat Populations in Dallas Animal Shelters and Rescue Groups
(DALLAS, TX); September 12, 2010 — Maddie’s Fund® The Pet Rescue Foundation has announced that it has awarded a $40,000 grant beginning August 26, 2010 to support the collection and publication of data concerning dog and cat populations cared for by Dallas’ animal shelters and animal rescue groups on behalf of lost, stray or homeless dogs and cats.
The No More Homeless Pets Dallas coalition includes the SPCA of Texas, Cat Matchers, Dallas Animal Services, Feral Friends Community Cat Alliance and the Humane Society of Dallas.
The collection and publication of this data is sponsored by Maddie’s Fund®, www.maddiesfund.org.
Each animal is coded using the Asilomar Accords. To read more about the Asilomar Accords, visit www.asilomaraccords.org.