Wild Blue Cats!

A nonprofit organization

345 donors

Wild Blue Cats! is "Saving Precious Lives" of abandoned, abused, neglected, displaced and surrendered cats and kittens. We help match rescued cats and kittens to loving owners, one at a time, and change both lives forever!

Check out our Wild Blue Cats Facebook page to see stories and photos when our kitties go to our FUREVER homes.  


The mission of Wild Blue Cats! is to save the precious lives of cats and kittens who are abandoned, abused, neglected, displaced or surrendered, and to find them permanent homes or provide lifetime sanctuary. We are committed to preventing/ eliminating euthanasia of treatable and savable animals, so we will only use euthanasia as a last resort for animals suffering severe injuries or illnesses that are causing extreme discomfort and poor quality of life for the animal.

Background Statement

Since its launch in 2010, Wild Blue has saved the lives of more than 8500 animals. We will be opening our Critical Care Unit in 2023. The CCU will enable us to care for at risk cats and kittens who need round the clock care. We also received a magical donation of an RV that we are currently outfitting for Mobile Spay and Neuter events. The new RV will be named Meera's M*A*S*H (Mobile Animal Surgery Hospital) All donations will help us finish out both of our huge projects.

Wild Blue Cats! added a few new programs during 2022. We now have a huge working cats program with housing on property called Bilbo's Barn Buddies. During many of our TNR trips we find cats who would make excellent working cats for barns, warehouses, garages and farms.

We have partnered with Best Friends Society to help cats and kittens from at risk areas in New Mexico. Wild Blue takes our philosophies and culture very seriously.

Our philosophies are --

No Kill

We are committed to preventing/eliminating euthanasia of treatable and savable animals, so we will only use euthanasia as a last resort for animals suffering severe injuries or illnesses that are causing extreme discomfort and poor quality of life for the animal. We hope to share our No Kill philosophy and efforts throughout our region in an attempt to build a more harmonious and healthy relationship between the people and animals of Colorado.

Natural Approach

Wild Blue uses a natural approach to our interaction with animals; we believe in working to communicate with our animals in a way that is natural to the animals. In essence, we try to learn their language, rather than only expecting them to learn ours.

Animal-Human Connection

At Wild Blue, we believe in developing respect, compassion and leadership in people though caring for God's creatures. Our volunteer program is based on this tenet. We also hope to lead the animals that come to us through respect and compassion, and then facilitate the help they can give back to people, particularly those with disabilities or emotional conditions. For example, we know that equine assisted therapy can help soldiers returning from war cope with PTSD, and we believe that pet therapy using cats and dogs can help children with autism or senior citizens suffering from loneliness. Put simply, it is our ultimate goal to help animals as they help us.


Wild Blue will spay/neuter all animals we take on at our facility. Wild Blue works with several veterinary partners in our community to ensure all our animals are sterilized, vaccinated, and microchipped. As funding allows, Wild Blue also helps owned animals of low income people. Wild Blue's Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program called "Frontier Ferals" focuses on spay/neuter for feral cats outside our city limits where other programs in the community do not apply or exist.

Caring for the Environment

Wild Blue is passionate about caring for the environment. Our operations will always attempt to maintain the natural beauty of our area. Our landscaping, animal areas, and buildings will be natural, clean, and pleasant. We will "go green" to the extent possible with our funding.

Principal Programs

Our principal programs include:

(1) providing clean and cage-free sanctuary for animals in Wild Blue care;

(2) providing needed medical care to animals who are in our care, whether in foster homes or the sanctuary;

(3) conducting "Snip and Chip" services to provide low cost spay/neuter/microchip for our animals

(4) screening, approving, and keeping as many foster homes active as possible for animals who need temporary care and/or socialization;

(5) spaying/neutering all animals who come to Wild Blue;

(6) humanely trapping feral cats in our community for spay/neuter, ear tipping them for identification, and returning them to their home territory whenever possible or providing alternate sanctuary;

(7) micro-chipping at least all WB animals who are adoptable;

(8) maintaining websites to feature our cats and kittens and conducting adoption events to maximize the number of animals who are matched with loving homes;

(9) organizing fund raising efforts to support animal welfare; and

(10) networking with other animal welfare agencies in Colorado Springs and the state in order to maximize services for animals, reduce rates of euthanasia, and minimize human costs.

Organization Data


Organization name

Wild Blue Cats!

other names

WBCats, Wild Blue Cats!, Wild Blue Animal Rescue & Sanctuary

Year Established


Tax id (EIN)




Organization Size

Medium Organization


5975 Burgess Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80908


P.O. Box 88252
Colorado Springs, CO 80908

Service areas

El Paso County, CO, US





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