Pawsitivity is a small group of volunteers who care about the well-being of cats in our community and who are working diligently to make a difference. We only have the ability to focus on one area at a time; currently we are focused on the Goldendale and Centerville communities in Washington. These are underserved areas where we believe that we can make the biggest impact. There are a large number of cats that are not neutered and this is contributing to the rise in stray and feral cat populations in the area. We know that we cannot address this problem on our own and it would not be possible without the help of folks in the community. It takes a village!
We operate under the umbrella of the Rowena Wildlife Clinic, a 501 (c) non-profit that provides free veterinary care to injured wild animals and stray domestic animals in the Columbia Gorge area. To see more about what this amazing organization does, check out their website at http://www.rowenawildlifeclinic.org. We are so appreciative of all the support that they have given our little group — donations to their organization will also help fund our efforts.
"The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. Life is as precious to us as it is for an animal."