Hello I’m Sabana, Cibolo’s sister. I am a torbie (tortie+tabby mix) and I have a small brown speck in my eyes that tells me apart from my brother. My front paws are declawed just like my brother and I’m feeling much much better after my dental visit. I’ll give you a nice soft purr if…
Wild Blue Cats is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to saving the precious lives of cats and kittens who are abandoned, abused, neglected, displaced or surrendered, and to find them permanent homes or provide lifetime sanctuary or foster care. We also conduct Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) ventures outside city limits while supporting TNR efforts inside city limits to the best of our capacity. 100% of the cats we help are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and, when not feral, microchipped.
We are committed to preventing and eliminating euthanasia of treatable and savable animals. We believe euthanasia is a last resort only for animals suffering severe injuries or illnesses which are causing extreme discomfort and poor quality of life for the animal.
Lauri Cross, Executive Director and Founder
Allison DuVal, Director of Rescue Operations
Michelle Burkhart, Director of Development
Connie Borowec, Director of Sanctuary Operations
Wild Blue Cats! is located in the Black Forest area of NE Colorado Springs, CO nestled in the woods where not only do our cats enjoy their beautiful habitat but so do our volunteers, adopters, and visitors.
Our main building consists of communal housing for mostly adult cats where each has an opportunity to coexist with other cats while they are waiting for loving homes. Also, our cats have access to outdoor time in roomy “catios” protected from the elements and predators. Some cats may stay with us to live out their lives but we consider every cat adoptable and work hard to find them the perfect home.
Wild Blue Cats! also has an extensive foster family network which primarily houses the kittens that are rescued and saved and come into our program. Our fosters help care for neonatal bottle fed kittens to older kittens, as well as pregnant mama cats or mama cats with kittens. Occasionally, a foster home will also become a final resting place for a cat who needs hospice care as its life here on earth comes to an end.
Maya’s Friends Wildheart Village is another component of Wild Blue Cats! Maya’s is a wonderful 100 foot by 200 foot outdoor, netted enclosure with a heated shed and lots of hiding spots for our shy, feral cats who we take in when releasing them is not a safe option for them. They have a wonderful life being cared for daily by loving volunteers. Some even become candidates for adoption depending on their stress level and adaptability.
2019 Future Plans for the Wild Blue Cats! grounds…..
We are currently raising funds for our “Critical Care Unit” for felines with extra special needs!
This new building will have a nursery where neonatal kittens can be cared for and pregnant or nursing mama cats, friendly or feral, can safely raise their babies until weaned. We will also have space for a few FeLV positive cats who need a little longer time to find loving homes due to their health concerns. Finally, the building will have a much needed bathroom for volunteers, a laundry room for our rescue, and an area for storage of supplies such as food, litter and medical.
Donate today to help us build the Wild Blue Cats! “Critical Care Unit”.
Meowww! Hi, my name is Iroh. I am a grey senior cat and really enjoy calm and friendly companionship with my human friends. I was found starving and alone, so a wonderful caring person took me here to Wild Blue. I really love it here, but can’t wait until a new family takes me home…
Look Up High and Meet Abbie, Our Tightrope Walker! If you come to the sanctuary to meet Abbie, all you have to do is look up! You will always find Abbie on one of our high shelves doing her high wire act, or nestled in the corner. Abbie is a very sweet cat but has a…
Look Deep Into My Eyes….Kristoff Says You Will Adopt Me! If there ever were a cat with a hypnotizing gaze, it is Kristoff. His piercing green eyes will have you obeying every command. Kristoff was rescued from a hoarding situation where there were over 80 cats involved. He is a bit shy at first, but…
We moved to Colorado in June 2015 from Houston. We have LOVED living here. I met Debbie Carter in the cat food section of Walmart one afternoon. We started chatting and the next thing I know I’m volunteering for Wild Blue. Lesson learned, do not talk to anyone in the…
Hello, my name is Teresa, I have been a foster for Wild Blue since October 2017, when I started Shirley was going out of town and she brought me her foster kittens and a wealth of information which I greatly appreciated. One of the kittens she brought was Rialto, who…
UPDATE! Dahlia has been adopted! From Dahlia’s foster mom: “[Dalhia’s Adopters] came to meet her last night and just fell in love with her!! They came as I was giving her a bath, so saw that process. Helped me get her into a new diaper and then saw her walk…
Meet Raji, the Bengal! He’s 10 years young, front declawed, neutered, micro chipped and vaccinated. Wandering cold and hungry in Security, CO for a couple of weeks, he walked up to a good Samaritan and asked for help. He’s been with us since Sept 2018 and needs a special person…
My name is Christine, and my family and I moved to Monument five years ago after my husband, Joel, retired from the Army. Together, Joel and I have a 19-year-old daughter named Mallory and a 16-year-old son named Nate—both are animal lovers, I’m proud to say! We have a geriatric…