Animal and Financial Data

This section of our website includes annual financial statements and statistics on our animal intakes and outcomes. We will continue to add annual data each year.

2018 Annual Statistics


2018 Intakes
Kittens (under 5 months) : 190
Adults (5 months or older): 325
Total Intakes: 515
(Our intakes come from local animal controls, certain owner surrenders, and orphaned kittens/cats with no owner)

2018 Adoptions
Adoptions-Kittens: 145
Adoptions-Adult: 349
Total Adoptions: 494
Transfers: 7 
(We took some FeLV + cats to Austin Pets Alive)
Other Outcomes: 13

Live Release Rate 2018 : 97.3%
*This is calculated by taking live releases and dividing by live intake.


 



2017 Annual Animal Statistics



2017 Intakes
Kittens (under 5 months) : 200
Adults (5 months or older): 242
Total Intakes: 442
(Our intakes come from local animal controls, certain owner surrenders, and orphaned kittens/cats with no owner)

2017 Adoptions
Adoptions-Kittens: 177
Adoptions-Adult: 253
Total Adoptions: 430

Other Outcomes: 8

Live Release Rate 2017 : 97.3%
*This is calculated by taking live releases and dividing by live intake.



2016 Annual Animal Statistics



2016 Intakes
Kittens (under 5 months) : 314
Adults (5 months or older): 183
Total Intakes: 497
(Our intakes come from local animal controls, certain owner surrenders, and orphaned kittens/cats with no owner)
 


2016 Adoptions
Adoptions-Kittens: 302
Adoptions-Adult: 185
Total Adoptions: 487


 


Other Outcomes: 44 
(Other outcomes include euthanasia or died in care. During kitten season, some infant kittens don't always make it and we have had owners surrender elderly cats with disease who eventually pass. We try to make these animals comfortable while we can!)


 


Live Release Rate 2016 : 97.9%
*This is calculated by taking live releases and dividing by live intake.


 




Grants


2019 Grants:

We received a $12,000 grant from the Petco Foundation in April 2019! These funds are for TNR, Shelter Equipment, and Veterinary Expenses.

2018 Grants:

We received a $4,500 grant from the Bissell Pet Foundation in January 2018! This grant provides for $60 per cat of vet care and $35 per cat for spay/neuter.

We received a $4,300 grant from Rachael Ray Save Them All Grants to pull 100 cats from Caddo Parish Animal Services for vetting costs.

2017 Grants:

Port City Cat Rescue is proudly supported by the Petco Foundation, and received a grant for $3,000 in 2017. 

2016 Grants:

Maddie's Fund - Shelter Animals Count   $1,000
Maddie's Fund - Million Cat Challenge   $1,000
*Thank you so much Maddie's Fund for the amazing grants in honor of the sweet dog, Maddie!


Petsmart Charities: We received $10 per cat adopted through their in-store adoption center!

Petco Foundation: Petco awarded us a grant for their Spring fundraiser!

Others: We also received proceeds from Realtors to the Rescue and Margaritaville Casino Paws in Paradise!