Just trying to make the world a better place for the ferals, strays and homeless cats.
Help support our rescue by purchasing Peaceful Mountain Cat Sanctuary items from Etsy. There are already shirts and mugs available and there may be a calendar in the making! A very generous friend is willing to donate 65% of sales to our cause! Please see the Etsy link on this page. It is with the other button links on a pc and for some reason, it got moved to the bottom of the page for mobile devices.
Also, another wonderful friend entered our beloved Caleb in a calendar cover contest and he won! He is featured on the front of the calendar and other rescued cats are on the different pages. Calebs story is at the back of the calendar. . If you would buy one of those calendars for 2024, it will be supporting the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society, who does great work and made this calendar to raise funds for their cause. Both links, for the P.M.C.S. items and the calendars, are on this page somewhere. So sorry for the confusion! Thank you so much for checking them out!
My name is Michele Klein. My husband, my mother, and I live on 70 acres. We started helping cats on our property years ago and have since transformed our place into a safe haven for them. We currently care for 70+ cats. All are spayed or neutered, unless they are new and waiting for a vet appointment. All the cats have access to various outdoor buildings with food, water and heat. Although many of them stay indoors for the winter, some are happier outside. We have a 6 ft chain link fence with cat toppers that encloses approximately 3 acres for them. We work very hard to care for these cats and trust that the Lord will continue to provide for their needs as we continue to take in these beautiful souls.
My mother, Karen, and my husband, Denis, work at our store, "Karen's Thrift & Gift" in Tunkhannock, Pa. I work at home for the store, so I can also oversee the cats and their needs throughout the day. All this keeps us very busy, so please understand that my workload is huge and I avoid phone calls and most social media when I can. I have a TikTok channel (link button above) that has videos of our cats and their stories. Because many of our cats are seniors or handicapped, we are not accepting kittens or young cats. Right now, I am only considering senior or handicapped cats, who are less likely to survive the coming winter. Unfortunately, we cannot help everyone who reaches out for help asking us to take cats. There are just 3 of us here doing the work and I must be very selective who we take in. Thank you so much for understanding. We do have some cats up for adoption, so if you are looking for a cat to love and care for, we may be able to find a match for you. We are beyond grateful for donations of any kind. We are not a business or organization. We are simply a family helping cats, so any checks sent should be made out to Michele Klein, and not to our sanctuary. I use all donations for vet appointments, cat supplies and improvements to the sanctuary. I have a Zelle account and a Venmo account and there are other links above. (Both Venmo and Zelle use my email email@example.com) If you cannot donate, just saying a prayer for us is priceless. Our mailing address is at the bottom of this page. Thank you so very much and God bless you.