Tabby Tales Rescue Newsletter #1
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The Good Mews 

We just had our best June on record for adoptions and have placed 61 cats into forever homes already this year! That's something to purr about!

Every Cat Deserves a Happy Tale

Rescue is not always cute kittens.

Meet Duckie and Goose, two girls left to fend for themselves on the street. When these gals were brought to Tabby Tales, Duckie had such a severe rodent ulcer her upper lip was grossly enlarged and she was nearly unable to eat. Goose had painful eosinophilic granulomas along her back, which were likely caused by flea allergies. Now they are in a loving foster home, healing beautifully, and beginning to show their sweet and playful personalities. In just a few more weeks they will be ready for adoption. Don't you want to love these adorable girls? We believe they are a mother - daughter pair and are closely bonded, so they will be looking for a forever home together.

Check back soon to follow their story and help Duckie and Goose find their forever home!

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Orphaned Kitten Care 

Training is key for fosters with the tiniest of kittens in their care. 

Tabby Tales has rescued 20 orphaned kittens under 6 weeks of age so far this year, many of which were only days old. Kittens who are too small to eat solid food need lots of special attention. We hold training sessions before the start of each kitten season to make sure our foster parents are up-to-date on how to care for these little ones. These courses cover everything from how much and how often to feed to litter box training and when to wean. We are always looking for new fosters to join the team, so if you are interested, please fill out the foster application at 

How Can You Help?

  • Shop through Smile.Amazon, choose Tabby Tales as your charity
  • Sign up for Kroger Community Rewards, choose Tabby Tales as your charity
  • Sign up for the ResQWalk App on your phone, pick Tabby Tales as your charity and turn on the app every time you go for a walk.
  • Donate Points through the FreshStep to help us earn free litter.
  • SHARE our Instagram & Facebook posts to spread the word about adoptable cats & events
  • Volunteer, Foster or Donate
Upcoming Events
Meet Our Cats
Visit adoptable cats
Saturdays 10 am-12 pm
Victory Dr. Petsmart 

Sunflower Bouquet Sale 
Coming Late July
Stay tuned for details!

Paint Your Pet
Painting with a Twist
August 5th at 2 pm
Event Details on Facebook

Savannah Derby Devils
Visit us at the game!
Sept 29th Time TBD
Tickets at
Recent Success Stories
Benny flew all the way to Maine! Really!  His foster mom had a friend in Maine who fell in love with Benny and foster dad had a business trip close by, so flew him to Maine for his adoption, safely, in a carrier. 
Thank You's
Petfinder Foundation
Awarded Tabby Tales a $1000 grant for a Cat Foster Home Enrichment Program. 

Special Thanks!
To our supporters, volunteers and veterinary team who make this rescue possible. We couldn't do it without you!
Mahi loves her acupuncture treatments with Dr. North of Savannah Holistic Veterinary Care. A blend of conventional & Chinese medicine has helped Mahi keep UTIs and other ailments to a minimum, greatly improving her quality of life. Curious about acupuncture for your own pets? Visit
Our donors are so important to what we do. With your monthly donation to Tabby Tales Rescue, you are helping us save kitty lives everyday. These cats deserve a loving home and your donations help with the veterinary needs and supplies that adoption fees don't cover. Please consider making a monthly commitment to save lives. 
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Protect Your Pets

Our pets are more sensitive to loud noises, flashing lights, and strong smells than we are. As we celebrate Independence Day it's best to leave your pets strictly indoors, even if they are usually kept outdoors. If your pet does become lost, contact Chatham County Animal Control and surrounding shelters as well as Lost and Found Pets of Savannah Facebook Page. 

from the Humane Society of the United States
1. Never use fireworks around pets.
2. If your pet is scared of fireworks, talk to your vet about medication and other calming techniques. 
3. Protect your pet from heatstroke during summer festivities.
4. Safeguard your pet with a microchip, collar, AND I.D. tags. 
About Tabby Tales Rescue, Inc.

Tabby Tales Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue licensed in the state of GA. We exist for the sole purpose of saving homeless cats in Savannah, GA. Our focus is on rescuing cats in area kill shelters and placing them into loving forever families.

We also endeavor to help prevent surrenders to kill shelters whenever possible by providing resources and referrals for behavior modification, low cost spay and neuter, and emergency veterinary care.  

Tabby Tales Rescue is an all volunteer organization that does not operate a facility. All of our cats are residing in area foster homes.
Copyright © *2017, Tabby Tales Rescue, Inc. All rights reserved.

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