Shelter Facility Improvements
FieldHaven Feline Rescue began its shelter operations in a 900-square foot mobile home. In 2005, major physical improvements transformed the three-bedroom, one bath home into a feline rescue facility.
The changes allow healthy cats to be housed cage-free, while ill or under-observation cats can be isolated in either multi-level caged condos (donated by a local veterinarian) or in “apartments” permanently built into the facility (some featuring outdoor areas).
Visitors who want to select a pet are able to handle and bond with adoptable felines while those not currently for adoption are housed out of sight. A new treatment room provides the proper space for our veterinarian to perform exams and minor procedures. Our trained volunteers utilize the room to perform feline incoming exams, inoculations, and treatments.