Join us as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Felines in Treatment program, incredible foster families making a BIG difference for the animals in their care, and the many species of wild animals treated by DCHS's Wildlife Center and released back to their homes.

Give by June 30th, 2023, and DOUBLE your impact for companion and wild animals in need thanks to a generous $10,000 matching gift from Linn Roth and Jean Martinelli.

Read Family Tails 2023!

Celebrating 20 Years of Saving Cats!

Ringworm was once a feline death sentence. It causes hair loss and itchy or scaly skin, increasing the risk of skin wounds and other infections. But more concerning is how rapidly and broadly it can spread. Ringworm was considered untreatable in a shelter setting. To prevent the spread of the fungus to healthy animals, ringworm-positive cats were often euthanized. In 2003, DCHS launched a program that would change everything.

DOUBLE My Impact

May 24, 2023

Feline in Treatment Captures Dypper’s Heart