Welcome to Meow Village

Meow Village is an all volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit rescue organization based in Aurora, Oregon.  Our mission is to improve the quality of life for feral and community cats.  In that same spirit, we also work to find homes for the many kittens who have been abandoned or born into feral colonies.  Please consider adopting one of our Meow Village babies and become part of the rescue effort!

We hope that you will consider the ways you can help in our mission to find safe home for all of our community cats!  Many thanks in advance for supporting our rescue efforts.  Help us out by clicking the Donate button below.

Barn Cat Boogie

We’re so excited to be holding our first annual fundraiser “Barn Cat Boogie”!  ALL PROCEEDS will go toward veterinary costs for the cats and kittens we rescue.  The event is being held Saturday, September 30th 2017 at the Stein-Boozier Barn in Wilsonville, Oregon.  Tickets are $45 per person and are not refundable–although they may be transferred to another person.  If you cannot attend, but would like to make a donation toward our veterinary costs please feel free to do so–it’s all about helping the cats!

At the event you will have fun bidding on fabulous silent auction items (more to come on that!); enjoy delicious food, desserts and drinks; try your luck at winning one of five exciting raffle baskets; AND listen to music presented by the best DJ ever–Scott Tom (The Eagle 106.7).  Meow Village is Oregon’s only 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to rescue and relocate feral and abandoned cats and kittens in need.  Founded in July 2010, Meow Village has rescued over 3,600 cats and kittens.

We have no physical shelter (we are foster home based) and we have no paid staff.  Our veterinary costs represent 86% of our total budget.  Our event is limited to 100 guests . . . so buy your tickets early by clicking here!  We look forward to seeing you!  Be sure to follow us on Facebook to see the good work we do!

Do you like to sew and help kitties all at the same time?

If so (no pun intended), we have a special challenge for you. One of our volunteers came across this article.  We contacted the Animal Rescue League of Boston about buying one of these vests. They indicated the official pattern is still a work in progress and they only have the one vest.  We thought we would reach out to our own wonderful supports to see if anyone might be able to duplicate this vest, which we think it would be an AWESOME tool to help socialize some of our more skittish kittens.

Take a look and let us know what you think!  If  this is something you would like to help Meow Village accomplish, send us an email to meowvillage@comcast.net  to be added to our Kitten Vest Designers Facebook page, and let’s get social!