Donate to FuRRR Feline Rescue


FuRRR Feline Rescue operates entirely on the generous contributions and dedicated efforts of volunteers who devote their time to cat care. We function without any paid personnel or roles. Neither board members nor volunteers draw any profits from their association with FuRRR. Everything – from supplies and food to time and financial contributions – is directed toward the functioning of our rescue group.

Therefore, you can have complete peace of mind that your donation will be utilized to rescue and care for as many cats as possible!


The Betsey Fund

Betsey Fund FuRRR Feline Rescue

The Betsey Fund was established in memory of a FuRRR founding kitty who passed away in 2021. FuRRR started when our founder wanted to help at-risk cats who are normally euthanized in shelters because of medical or behavioral issues. Betsey was one of those five founding cats. She came to FuRRR with neurological issues and was partially blind but Betsey was a fighter and a sweet wonderful cat. She later developed Stomatitis and had to have all her teeth removed, she had laser therapy for the pain, through it all Betsey was her spunky, unique self.
Each year FuRRR takes in hundreds of cats, many of who require additional medical care and support that would otherwise be outside of the scope of routine medical care provided in our rescue. This additional medical care isn’t covered by adoption fees like standard vetting and normally comes at a high cost.
Veterinary care covered by The Betsey Fund are:

  • Diagnostic testing (x-rays, ultrasounds, blood panels)
  • Dental cleaning and teeth extractions
  • Entropian surgery (corrects a condition affecting the eyelids)
  • Enucleation (removal of badly damaged eyes)
  • Limb amputation
  • Treatment for FIP (feline infection peritonitis)

We believe that every cat in our care deserves access to immediate medical attention, regardless of cost. As you can imagine, the veterinary bills add up quickly, and forecasting these expenses is difficult.

Donations to The Betsey Fund are always needed to provide a chance at life for our most vulnerable cats.

Furrr cat rescue NH non-profit


FuRRR Feline Rescue - 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Cat Rescue Organization