Little Mew’s Cat Sanctuary began with the vision of Cheryl Goldstein of Trussville, Alabama. Cheryl has taken care of stray and feral cats in her community for many years. She created and ran the Trussville Communal Cats page on Facebook and blog to help connect and educate the community on ways to help neglected cats. Cheryl had a dream of opening a no kill cat sanctuary in the Birmingham area to provide a safe and nurturing home for these amazing and wonderful creatures.
Cindi Tapscott has been working with Little Mew's since 2016 and Tammy Mills just joined the team this year.
We are working together for the benefit of both.
Many cats are abandoned by their owners, thereby making them stray cats which in turn lead to feral cats. The only current solution is to adopt or euthanize pets without an owner. Little Mew’s wants to address these issues by providing a solution. We want to work with local humane societies, veterinarians, and no-kill shelters to help unwanted cats by giving them a second chance sanctuary.
Our sanctuary will also provide a space for guests to relax and interact with the cats as well as adoptions, education, and services designed for the cats, their owners, and all cat lovers.
We want to change the community view of the unwanted cats - these animals have a right to life,a right to live out their lives without the threat of extermination simply because they were abandoned or classified as"unadoptable".