Homeless cat shelters

We make 400 - 800 homeless cat shelters during the winter months.  
We distribute around the area.  

We ask for a minimum of $20 to cover the supplies.  We appreciate anything donated above the $20 for our cause of spay / neuter.

The shelters can be picked up at the below locations depending on stock.  If you want to guarantee a shelter - please pre-order at www.furryfix.net

If you pre-ordered and selected pick up in Wabash then pick up at:
1864 South Wabash Street in Wabash
Hours: Monday thru Friday (9a to 5p)
Saturday (1p to 5p)
Please note we are there during evening and weekend hours a lot of the time but text (260) 571-8142 to be sure before you pick up.
If the door is locked, please ring the door bell or text the number above.

If you selected pick up in Huntington – pick up at:
Huntington County Humane Society
390 Thurman Poe Way in Huntington
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Monday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Shelters can also be picked up (without a pre-order) at the following locations (if stock is available):
J&K Mega Pet - Wabash -1425 North Cass Street in Wabash
Scratching Post Cat Rescue - 104 South Miami Street in Peru
95.9 KISS fm - 1864 South Wabash Street in Wabash
Wabash County Animal Shelter - 810 Manchester Avenue in Wabash

The tote and styrofoam shelters are made with a 30 gallon durable tote with a 1.5" styrofoam.  We cut a 6" circular hole thru both the styrofoam and tote and use gorilla tape to tape the two pieces together.  Straw is then placed inside the shelter.  

These can be placed anywhere and are completely weatherproof.  If you would like to reserve please go to www.furryfix.net and pre-order.


The cat shelters can be re-used in future years – just replace the straw.
You might have to re-tape the opening with gorilla tape from year to year.

If the cat(s) are not using them – try some of the below tips.
Cut off all (or a part of) the plastic lining at the opening.
Adjust the amount of straw inside the shelter (more or less).
Do not place around any feeding stations.
Place the shelter in a hidden location.
Put cat nip inside the shelter.  

Check periodically to make sure the openings are clear and nothing is blocking them.

Please (if you can) take a photo of cat(s) using the shelter and send to us.  

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Thank you for being a part of Furry Fix.