Apao Sanctuary welcomes cats that have been abandoned, abused or rejected from other shelters for being positive with Feline leukemia or immunodeficiency virus. Many of our cats are old, disabled or with chronic illness requiring lifelong medical treatment. We strive to provide our cats with a safe, comfortable home, giving them the love and care they deserve.
Our organization is struggling to make ends meet, with no funding we run solely on private donations. With an ever-growing cat population of over 150, our resources are constantly being stretched to their limits and we're only able to cover the bare essentials such as food and some medicine. We want to provide our cats with the medical attention they require and deserve as well as make the necessary upgrades to our facilities to improve their quality of life.
Our goal is to improve the medical treatment given to our cats, with regular on site Veterinarian visits and the construction of an infirmary where sterilizations and other medical procedures can be carried out onsite. In addition, we would like to build a dedicated area for our blind, old and most delicate cats as well as rehabilitate the existing cat houses with adequate insulation, roofing and flooring to ensure a warm, dry environment.
This project will have a huge impact on the overall health and well-being of the cats living at our sanctuary. It will also allow us to help even more cats, keeping them off the streets and away from danger.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).