Welcome to The CatWorks, Inc.
|Enriching the lives of homeless cats and dogs
through fostering, health care and permanent human companionship.
The CatWorks is a non-profit (501-C-3) organization established in order
to enrich the lives of abandoned, feral, rescued, and orphaned dogs, cats,
puppies and kittens that are without shelter, food, health care, and love,
and to save the lives of homeless animals by providing temporary foster
homes and ultimately, permanent homes.
We expanded in 2006 by adding dogs and puppies to our foster care
program. In 2014 we received our kennel license from the State of
Pennsylvania due to the increased number of dog adoptions.
|The CatWorks and the Keystone Iron Warriors
are pleased to announce a joint venture. We will be joining forces
to help find Trained Canine Companions and Service Canines for
Disabled Veterans of all Eras that have served our country.
Click here to learn
Thanks to Reich Insurance...a Proud Supporter of the CatWorks
The CatWorks would like to thank Reich Insurance for being a proud
supporter and continuing to support the CatWorks with our mission to find
forever homes for our furry friends that need us. They will make a $10
donation to us for every policy they quote from March 15th to May 15th.
Learn more here.
We Cannot Take
Any Additional Owner Surrenders at this Time
The CatWorks is a very small rescue organization. We keep every foster in
our homes with us. They live with our families and our own cats and dogs.
Because of these things, we have a limited number of cats and kittens that
we can take in. We have been over our limit in the numbers we have already
taken in this year. Adoptions have been extremely slow, which makes the
situation much more difficult for us. We took in kittens and mom cats based
on the premise that they would get adopted in a reasonable amount of time,
which for the most part is not happening.
As great as the need is, and as deserving as every cat and dog is, we
absolutely cannot take in any other animals in the foreseeable future.
Please do not call or e-mail with these requests. If each person who wrote
or called found the solution for the animals they are concerned about, much
more would be accomplished than just the work that our one organization can
do. Click here for helpful
suggestions for finding a new home for unwanted pets.