Rosco P. Coal Train's Community Outreach
A 501(c)3 organization
How Can You Help?
Making a tax-deductible financial donation would help us fund our current programs and develop much-needed new programs. There are also many ways to get involved with our organization besides giving money. Donations of time, resources, and even offering a temporary foster home for our loving animals is a tremendous help.
Spaying or Neutering all pets saves lives
Did you know that cats and dogs do not have to be full-grown to start producing litters? Cats can get pregnant at only a few months of age. Making sure your pets are spayed or neutered will prevent unwanted pregnancies and potentially prolong your pet’s life.
Pets are the most loving creatures
All people and animals deserve a good life and our organization strives to make life better, healthier and more affordable for all.
Rosco P. Coal Train’s Community Outreach believes that pets are family too. We see first-hand every day how pets are the most loving, forgiving creatures who can overcome abuse and neglect. We are a 501(c)3 organization.
We also see how hundreds, if not thousands of unwanted animals are born every year just in our area because people do not spay or neuter their dogs and cats. Pets like cats and dogs make life better for people by offering love and companionship.
All people and animals deserve a good life and our organization strives to make life better, healthier and more affordable for all through offering affordable spay/neuter clinics, foster/adoption programs, and working to stop animal cruelty and abandonment. Our vision is to expand these programs and reach to include food and veterinarian care assistance programs, and eventually build a small shelter for stray and unwanted pets waiting for adoption.
We work closely with local officials including the Mountain View Police Department and the Stone County Sheriff’s Office on animal cruelty cases. We also work to rescue stray, abandoned, abused and neglected animals in our area.
Rosco P. Coal Train’s Community Outreach is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the betterment of the community and the animals it serves.
By the numbers
- Average number of litters a fertile cat can produce in one year: 3
- Average number of kittens in a feline litter: 4–6
- In seven years, one female cat and her offspring can theoretically produce 420,000 cats.
- Average number of litters a fertile dog can produce in one year: 2
- Average number of puppies in a canine litter: 6–10
- In six years, one female dog and her offspring can theoretically produce 67,000 dogs.
We offer weekly low-cost spay/neuter clinics. Information about upcoming events will be found here.