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ABOUT US

Cat Club Board of Directors

President: Beverly Elwell – (215) 896-7054 – baelwell@outlook.com

Vice President: Pat Wilkinson – (949) 598-9138 – pjwcrafts@gmail.com

Treasurer: Sharon Updike – (949) 282-7815 - supdike1@gmail.com

Secretary: Bonnie Colling – (949) 768-6765 – bonniecolling@gmail.com


For Information on Relinquishing/Re-homing a Cat 

Mary Whipple (949) 885-6801 - email - katlady7@comline.com

Terri Olsen - email - kalicat123@gmail.com


For Information on Adopting a Cat 

Olivia Pagano at (949) 472-4744 - email - olivia.lwca@yahoo.com

 

To report a lost or found cat, call Pat Kirkwood -  (949) 581-7423
 

Other Club Business - Beverly Elwell, Club President - (215) 896-7054 


We post our adoptable cats on the following websites: Petfinders.com

 and Adopt-a-Pet.com


Membership

Any Laguna Woods Village resident interested in cats is eligible for membership.

Non-residents are also welcome. (Membership Form - see PDF below)


Dues

Dues are $15.00 per year for individuals / $25.00 for household.

 

Meetings

The Village Cat Club will meet monthly on the 2nd Wednesday at 1:30 - CH3 - DR2 - (Performing Arts Center). Meetings will not take place during the summer months or during the Christmas - New Year holiday period. Programs for meetings will appear in the Laguna Woods Globe and

this website. 


(Photo . . . Front Row - Left to Right - Sharon, Bev and Olivia

                     Back Row - Left to Right - Pat, Audrey, Bonnie, Pat and Mary


Links to our Facebook Page and YouTube Channel are below . . . . 

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Our Mission

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The mission of the Laguna Woods Cat Club, founded in 1971, is to be a major resource for all cat welfare activities in Laguna Woods Village by:


1.  Engaging in periodic fundraising activities with all proceeds going to the Foster and Adoption program.

2. Utilizing the afore mentioned fund to support this rescue, foster and adoption of Laguna Woods’ cats and to provide financial and other resources to qualified Laguna Woods’ residents who need help providing for their cats.

3. Creating a friendly forum where cat lovers can socialize and learn about all things “cat”.

4. Being a major information clearing house on local feline resources, services and events.

5. Coordinating with other cat rescue organizations in Orange and San Diego Counties to share mutual help and support.