From rescuing opossums and rodents in her parents’ backyard to saving cats today at Town Cats, it’s no wonder that she has always felt drawn to saving animals. “It wasn’t a choice for me, it’s always been a part of me,” says Carr. “As a kid I had five to six cats all the time and started rescuing lost/injured animals as soon as I could walk!” Town Cats offers so much support before and after the adoption, which really secured Carr’s love of the shelter. “I love that they invest so much in each cat from the second they enter the shelter to long after they leave,” she says. “We check up on adopters with our case manager volunteers, and always help troubleshoot any issues that may come up when we can. From our valuable TNR program, ‘Feral Freedom,’ to partnering with local shelters to get feral cats spayed and neutered, we are a true no-kill shelter.”

From rescuing opossums and rodents in her parents’ backyard to saving cats today at Town Cats, it’s no wonder that she has always felt drawn to saving animals. “It wasn’t a choice for me, it’s always been a part of me,” says Carr. “As a kid I had five to six cats all the time and started rescuing lost/injured animals as soon as I could walk!”

Town Cats offers so much support before and after the adoption, which really secured Carr’s love of the shelter. “I love that they invest so much in each cat from the second they enter the shelter to long after they leave,” she says. “We check up on adopters with our case manager volunteers, and always help troubleshoot any issues that may come up when we can. From our valuable TNR program, ‘Feral Freedom,’ to partnering with local shelters to get feral cats spayed and neutered, we are a true no-kill shelter.”