A PO BOX 588, Marion, CT 06444 rescue helping to find loving homes for cats.
1 - 11 of 11 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter
North Africa and United Arab Emirate
Nile Valley Egyptian Foundation is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, no-kill and life-enhancing cat rescue group located in the United States of America. The purpose (NVEcats) is to physically rescue, assist non-government organizations (NGOs), and, through education, advocate for the endangered native Egyptian Mau, as well as for the Nile Valley Egyptian Cats. We support and work with these NGOs who rescue and place thousands of abandoned, abused, and stray cats and kittens in shelters in Cairo, Egypt, and surrounding areas.
NVEcats diligently works to find Forever Homes for these homeless, abandoned, and abused felines rescued from the cruel streets of Egypt, working hard to find responsible and loving Pet Parents/Guardians in the U.S. We work hand-in-hand with international, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who actively support charities in Egypt who focus on rescuing these beautiful and intelligent cats who are considered “vermin” in their own homeland.
Our adoption process begins with an adoption application which will be provided to any interested adult 21 years of age, or older. Additionally, we also require a veterinarian’s reference in addition to the adoption application so we may transfer vet records to the new Veterinarian. We are looking for very special people who truly care for these animals, not as property, but who will accept them as loving, long-term companions, welcoming them as additional family members into their homes and lives. Our priority is to ensure none of these cats will ever again need to be rescued, will never be hungry and, most importantly, will never be abused. In order for us to accomplish this very important goal, we ask all potential adoptive parents to fully fill out and complete a detailed adoption application.
The Nile Valley Egyptian Foundation Inc. and its activities are always compliant when we work with any organization. We use the guidelines as provided by the US Department of Treasury OFAC Risk Matrix. This matrix is useful when we work with any foreign grantee and we have developed our best practices based upon OFAC guidelines.