LEWISTON – Idaho Animal Rescue Network is currently working on a kitty situation on Normal Hill. Lewiston Police Department is involved and the individual is cooperative and assisting them in getting things sorted out.
After fully being able to assess things this weekend they believe there are approximately 40-50 cats in the home of all ages. There is a possibility that some of these kitties may be missing pets from the Normal Hill area as this person was trapping cats in the area. None were harmed but rather kept as pets.
Idaho Animal Rescue Network is checking for microchips. However, they need to ask that anyone who has a pet kitty missing from this area recently and as far back as 2-4 years email a photo, the sex of your cat, whether it is microchipped, and special markings to cats@IdahoRescue.org. Please do not message them this information, email only.
These cats are frightened and they are an all-volunteer rescue, so be patient with them as they get through any inquiries.
They are also still needing kitty litter, cat food, fosters, and funds for vaccines and veterinary care for these kitties. This has been quite a large undertaking. These cats will be going into foster and with other rescues once they get everyone through an initial intake.
Ways to donate:
Venmo: IdahoPetRescue (4 digit code is 9751)Drop Off
Address: Idaho Animal Rescue Network2021 Ripon AveLewiston ID 83501
They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Donations are tax deductible. Tax receipts are available upon request. They want to extend an enormous THANK YOU to not only our IARN volunteers but also to Helping Hands Rescue and Saving for a Storm as well.