Our Featured Greenville, NC Partner:
Marley Cat Tales
Cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
1510-107 Wimbledon Drive
Greenville, NC 27858
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Marley Fund serves cats from all over the state of North Carolina, we do not limit an animal by area. If we have room to help an animal in need we most definitely will.
About Our Rescue Group:Marley Fund is a special rescue organization named after a kitty named Marley who passed away with feline leukemia virus in 2001. We are dedicated to those special kitties that carrying both FeLV and FIV, as well as noninfected kitties. We believe in feline health care and education in order to stop the viral cycles of retroviruses, as well as promoting basic good animal health care habits.We also care for non-infected kitties, as well as senior pets. All kitties deserve a chance to be happy in forever homes and we are advocates for them.
Marley's Cat Tales Program is the name of the adoption divisions of Marley Fund. We are dedicated to rescuing and finding homes for stray and abandoned animals, providing education on responsible pet ownership, on FIV and feline leukemia, the importance of trap-neuter-release, and partnering with other rescue groups to help change the world for the animals to make their existence pain-free and full of love. We have healthy, medically up to date cats and kittens that are ready to fill your homes and hearts with love. These animals will fill your days with companionship and joy beyond what you can imagine. We also have special cats - those that are FeLV or FIV positive, or with special needs—needing extra care or attention.
Marley’s Cat Tales are comprised of a network of foster homes and other volunteers who rescue and care for the animals until they are adopted. We work in conjunction with other rescue groups, veterinarians and the community to educate regarding responsible pet ownership. We strive to provide a stress free environment for volunteers to assist in the goals of our division. As teamwork is a large part of success in helping the animals, we encourage collaboration with other rescue groups and veterinarians. To meet our ultimate goal—decreasing the number of stray animals and stopping the viral cycles of retroviruses—we recognize the necessity and vitality of teamwork to continue our efforts. We continue to work on expanding our educational programs on retroviruses FeLV & FIV, the need for testing to identify exposure, as well as proper testing protocol, responsible pet ownership, and the many ways to help the animals in need in our community.
For more information, please visit www.marleyfund.com.