Thank you to all our wonderful sponsors and partners! Click on the logos below to visit their websites.
The remarkable team at Animal Hospital of Lowell perform all our spay/neuter surgeries and ensure the health of all cats that enter our adoption program. New adoptive parents receive a certificate for a “free wellness check up” at Animal Hospital of Lowell.
Stefanie Gilmour has donated her skills as a designer to help Carol’s Ferals apply our branding guidelines to the website and upgrade it to a more responsive web design.
Pamela Patton of Paragraph Writing Services has donated her writing skills to Carol’s Ferals on numerous occasions, from editing website copy to writing for grants. Whether you need copy on-line, on paper or on the air, Pamela can get her arms around each project and quickly get to work, so your projects are turned around promptly and professionally.
Kendall Electric is a 100% Employee Owned Company and is serious about being your lowest cost, highest value electrical distributor. They continuously work to identify ways to provide their customers with the quality electrical products and services they need, on time and at a competitive price. Kendall Group financially supports Carol’s Ferals through corporate donations.
We are very fortunate to have had Mike and Megan of Catastophic Creations donate and install a cat complex on the walls of one of our free-roaming cat rooms. You gotta check out what these amazing people create for cats to have their creature comforts.
Dr. Ryan Carpenter has joined his father, Dr. Randy Carpenter at Family Friends Veterinary Hospital and has been assisting Carol’s Ferals in their quest to end feline overpopulation. The pet care center is top notch, conveniently located and the staff is super kind and friendly. We appreciate Family Friends and recommend them to our extended pet family.
Dr. Michael Phelps is one of our long-time supporting veterinarians. When we are in a jam, Dr. Phelps is always on the ready to help us out with a cat situation. We highly recommend Coit Animal Clinic to new pet owners who want convenience and well-priced services for their furry family.
Rachel is a friend of Carol’s Ferals and has created awesome glassware for us to sell as fundraisers. You can see what she can do for you on her facebook page.
John A Van Den Bosch is a animal supply company that donates opened bags of food and litter to Carol’s Ferals so that we may better serve community cats by giving it to our feral caregivers.
C.H. Robinson has donated funds to Carol’s Ferals during their “Employee’s Care” week.
Aquarius Lawn Sprinkling is Grand Rapids’ Premier Provider of Underground Sprinkling and Irrigation Systems & Service. They have sponsored Carol’s Ferals pages in Cats and Dogs Magazine.
Our local Mitten Brewing Company has honored Carol’s Ferals by choosing us as their pick for Charity of the Month for February 2016.
Our friends at Ada Attic have given us a storage unit to use to store items we can’t fit in our facility (due to all the cats) and also park items donated to us until we can get them into our antique mall booth at Warehouse One Antiques.
Carol’s Ferals is pleased to have a booth at Warehouse One Antiques on Century off 131 in Grand Rapids. Go in and ask anyone where Carol’s Ferals booth is. The folks are some of the most accommodating people on the planet and we love the deal they have given us to be there.
Anderson Bros. Steamatic of West Michigan cleaned all our duct work in our 2,700 sq. ft. adoption facility for free. We love these guys. You will too!
KitNipBox is the equivalent to BarkBox for dogs. Cats love a monthly delivery of treats and toys. Carol’s Ferals loves that they give us a cut of the purchases when a special promo code is used.
Cat Box Kingdom has partnered with Carol’s Ferals with launch of their amazing new products to keep your pet cats kozy.
Many reasons to love Nooters Club. Mainly they preach what we believe and spread the word in a fun way. They have donated merchandise to Carol’s Ferals on many occasions. We stand behind their important message to spay and neuter companion animals.
Our friends at Gus’s Original have supplied us with delicious pizzas and salads for our events at a reduced rate. Their food is awesome and the catering service is top notch!
Bodhi Tree Yoga & Wellness Studio sponsored yoga classes to benefit Carol’s Ferals.
We are grateful to the Bissell Pet Foundation for supporting animal rescue across the country and greatly impacting animals of West Michigan through their Bissell Blocktail Parties where funds raised go directly to animal welfare organizations like ours. Here is a direct link to the Partner for Pets website: http://www.bissell.com/pets/
Thanks to a generous grant from PetFinder, we’re able to expand our operations. Their grant enabled us to renovate our facilities, expand our TNR intake area, and provide more room for our adoptables.
Lil Bub grant
Sick or injured cats are given special attention when brought through the doors. Thanks to a grant from “Lil BUB’s Big Fund for the ASPCA” Carol’s Ferals is in a better place financially to treat these special cats. (Lil BUB is an American cat and celebrity known for her “perma-kitten” appearance.)
Creative Ice Rentals ~ Ice, ice, baby. Thank you for keeping the beer cold at concessions for the Grand Rapids Raggidy Roller Girls.
The Petco Foundation has generously supported TNR via funding grants, assisted in overhauling our new friendly cat rehab room and outfitting our adoptable rooms while our cats await adoption to their forever homes.
Brick Road Pizza has been a long time supporter of Carol’s Ferals and has donated food for events and also host special fund raiser all VEGAN buffets to benefit the work we do in the community.
The Douglas J Aveda Institute located in Grand Rapids, has chosen Carol’s Ferals to be their Holiday Partner for the 2012 holiday gift giving season.
Starrlight Jewelry recently held an online jewelry sale and raised funds for Carol’s Ferals. They create beautiful hand crafted items and fund animal welfare initiatives.
The Vertical Cat donated $1,000 in custom made cat shelves, perches and walkways to make a “kitty highway” possible in our adult adoptable cat room.
Mark at Megawall donated and installed slat wall in each of our three adoptable cat rooms so that we can add extra “high” perching opportunities for our cats and kittens awaiting adoption.
Craig Sluiter and our friends at Axiom Investigative Services has helped us produce videos to educate the community about TNR and our mission to end feline overpopulation in West Michigan.
Our friends Jayce and Kim at Water’s Edge Soaps and Such have been an amazing help to Carol’s Ferals by installing our camera system that will be soon streaming live to all who want to see how are kitties are doing from your home computers. They have a wonderful business making soaps….and such.