MCCA receives zero federal, state, county, city or town financial assistance or compensation.

 

Therefore, we rely on volunteers, donations, and fundraisers in order to pay for the medical part of spay/neuter programs, vaccines and emergencies. The items on our wish list are are fairly simple and inexpensive household products.

  In 2016, MCCA assisted in helping more than 600 cats. Very few, if any, cost MCCA $0 to help and others needed several $100s to save. Every dollar and roll of paper towels makes a difference.

For questions or donations, please message one of the 2 facebook pages AdvoCats or MCCA or email midwestcommunitycatalliance@gmail.com and a volunteer will be happy to answer questions or arrange a donation pick-up.  Thank you!

 

Time

Short notices of transports needed, usually relay to Festus, Arnold, South co., St. Louis any and all of the above and whatever a volunteer is able. Local transports – Bismarck, Bonne Terre, Park Hills etc. from pounds to Farmington vets. And more!

 All sizes carriers, wire kennels, humane no-kill traps

 Gift Cards – Generic, Wal-mart, Pet Co, Rural King, any and all. Used for general, specialty and emergencies

 Paper towels, puppy pads, wet wipes, hand sanitizer, baby wipes/cleansing cloths, paper plates

 All sizes blankets, towels, wash cloths, sheets, tote bags, tarps

 Various cleaning items, trash bags for covering car seats etc

 Electric heating pads and blankets, hot water bottles, humidifiers

 Adult cat wet and dry cat food, oil or water packed sardines and tuna, unflavored pedialite, bottled water

 Topical cat and kitten flea meds, litter

 Plastic containers of all sizes, small bottles of dawn blue dish soap, eyedroppers, measured oral medication dispensers droppers/syringes, pet feeders, bottles, rubber gloves

 ~~We encourage you to shop at a second hand retail shops, small businesses and garage sales for non-food items~~

 

Menu