Welcome to Sisters Animal Sanctuary
Sisters Animal Sanctuary is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit
organization, EIN 59-3785632.
is a permanent life sanctuary that began in 2003 as a result of
two sisters finding a single stray black cat on the side of a
freeway. Her name is Freeway and she is safe and being well
taken are of. We cannot live with the fact that millions of
innocent animals are being killed in U.S. shelters every year
which includes approximately 500,000 in California. We have a
passion for all animals and are committed to saving as many as
we can given the support we receive through donations and using
our own personal funds. We were approved for our nonprofit
501(c)(3) status in August 2005. Since that time we have been
following our passion and keeping our commitment to all the
animals that we rescue.
Rescue cats (including feral cats) and dogs to provide a
refuge and protection until loving permanent homes can be found.
Provide a lifetime home for animals that do not get adopted or
Run a feral cat assistance program including trap/neuter/return
training, education and guidance to the community.
Loan equipment to the community to assist them in their rescue
Reduce the animal over population by assisting the community
with low-cost spay/neuter
Work with the city and county to make positive changes in their
animal services programs.
Offer a food assistance program for the community to ensure no
animal goes hungry and pets
can be kept by their owners.
How We Do Things:
Once an animal is in our possession, he/she is immediately
taken to the vet for a comprehensive examination. First, they
are tested for FELV and FIV. If they are in good health they
are vaccinated, given a tip-to-tail physical, treated for fleas
and worms, microchipped, spay/neutered if they are of the
appropriate age and of course given lots of love along the way.
Once they are ready for adoption, they are placed on
Petfinder.com with a picture and a write-up about their
personality. Interested parents must
complete an extensive
application and agree to a home visit so we can be sure the
animal will live in a protected and loving environment. Once
that has been determined, we personally deliver the animals to
their new home and provide guidance and direction to the new
parents regarding their new pet’s health care. We follow up
every two weeks for the first month to see how things are progressing. We always
tell our new parents that if for any reason they cannot keep the
animal, regardless of their age, regardless of the
circumstances, we will take the animal back and find another
loving home for them or let them live out their life at the
build a no-kill permanent life sanctuary on twenty acres we
currently own and have reserved for the sanctuary. To
continue our involvement helping feral cats and continue our
involvement in the community when concerned and caring citizens
reach out to us.
Once our sanctuary is completed, we will trap all of our feral
sites and relocate our cats to the sanctuary where they will
live out their lives in a safe environment well fed, well loved
and without fear.
Sisters Animal Sanctuary
4801 Laguna Blvd., Suite 105 PMB 331
Elk Grove, CA 95758