Each year NABB's Burmese Rescue Program receives up to 85 requests to help Burmese in need and that number grows each year. Many of the requests are from owners who can no longer keep their Burmese for a variety of reasons and need to find new homes for their cats. Not able to place them alone, they come to us for help. Many Burmese require rehoming due to their inability to get along with their other cat-mates. Others are left homeless when their owner died. And some are Special Needs cats that need more care than they are currently receiving.
Currently, Burmese Rescue is in need of Foster homes, Special Needs homes and permanent homes for our most senior Burmese. Our Special Needs and elderly Burmese are our most difficult placements due to lack of available homes. We routinely have many elderly Burmese that need a good home to live out the few remaining years of their lives.
If you are willing to Foster to Burmese in need, please complete our Foster Application, here.
What is a Foster? - A Foster is someone that provides temporary care and shelter to a Burmese waiting for a permanent home. They may need some rehabilitation during this time or simply a place to stay. The length of time could be only for a few days or for a few months.
If you are willing to adopt a Special Needs Burmese, please complete our Special Needs Adoption Application, here.
If you are interested in donating to Burmese Rescue, please click here for a contribution form or for more information, please contact our Treasurer, Marie Denoyer at firstname.lastname@example.org . We are not currently a tax-exempt organization, but will gladly accept donations to help Burmese in need.
As you can imagine, placing 85 cats per year is an enormous effort
and we need all the help and all the homes that you can spare!
Please contact our rescue coordinator at email@example.com for detailed information and adoption procedures.