At Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue, it is our mission is to care for and shelter homeless cats and kittens until we can find them permanent, loving home.  

Over 3,100 homeless cats and kittens found new homes in 2019 through the hard work of Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue’s staff and volunteers. Because of our standard of care and our commitment to homeless cats and kittens, our rescue's cost per adoption can be unpredictable. This, combined with the shelter's exponential growth over the past five years, has resulted in a tight budget.

As a free-roaming, limited intake shelter, RMFR does not receive any civic or federal funding to support its operating expenses. Instead, we rely on adoption fees, our weekly Bingo fundraiser, individual donation, and grants to help cover the cost of saving lives. Individual donations comprise roughly one-half of RMFR's annual income, and allow the rescue to accept more animals with preexisting health issues, including FIV+ and FeLV+ cats.  The individual donors who champion our shelter make it possible to ensure that during the time each cat spends with us, we make it a life worth living.

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Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue



At Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue, it is our mission is to care for and shelter homeless cats and kittens until we can find them permanent, loving home.  

Over 3,100 homeless cats and kittens found new homes in 2019 through the hard work of Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue’s staff and volunteers. Because of our standard of care and our commitment to homeless cats and kittens, our rescue's cost per adoption can be unpredictable. This, combined with the shelter's exponential growth over the past five years, has resulted in a tight budget.

As a free-roaming, limited intake shelter, RMFR does not receive any civic or federal funding to support its operating expenses. Instead, we rely on adoption fees, our weekly Bingo fundraiser, individual donation, and grants to help cover the cost of saving lives. Individual donations comprise roughly one-half of RMFR's annual income, and allow the rescue to accept more animals with preexisting health issues, including FIV+ and FeLV+ cats.  The individual donors who champion our shelter make it possible to ensure that during the time each cat spends with us, we make it a life worth living.