CatRangers

About CatRangers....

CatRangers is a 501(c)(3) licensed "urgent need" animal rescue that was founded in 2005 as The Center for the Advancement of Higher Knowledge. A person with Higher Knowledge can be defined as someone that can see all possibilities and understands the interconnectedness of all living creatures. It was this understanding that led to the formation of CatRangers, not only to help cats and kittens in distress, but their human families as well. 
The CatRangers rescue began as a two year long feral cat program with the Corp of Engineers at Lake Lanier, Georgia when a large colony of feral cats was mandated for destruction. Through group efforts and cooperation among many humane organizations almost all the cats were rescued and properly spayed or neutered. This was the beginning of the CatRangers “Last Chance” program.
 
Today, Catrangers has rescued over 6000 cats and kittens and placed them in loving homes, provided medical care for countless others and assisted many families in feeding and caring for their furry family members. This includes many seniors and special needs kitties who would truly have no other place to go. CatRangers is the 'Special Forces' of cat rescue, but that just didn't sound right...So they became CatRangers. 

CatRangers rescues only animals that are facing imminent death. These can be shelter animals on death row, abandoned animals or even those caught up in a family crisis. CatRangers works primarily through their Adoptions & Visitor Center in Buford, Georgia, where rescued kitties can recover before finding their loving forever homes. This Center is also a gift shop, and small event venue, where visitors can enjoy coffee or tea and free wifi in the company of very loving felines.

CatRangers adoptions include home delivery as well as a "return for life" promise in the event they cannot keep them. CatRangers realizes that home delivery and lifetime return policies will reduce the number of adoptions annually, but believes that these policies will provide a better life for their adopted pets.