Paint A Brighter Future for At-risk cats

 
  This legacy piece honors all of our donors whose generosity goes above and beyond to rescue cats with nowhere else to turn.

This legacy piece honors all of our donors whose generosity goes above and beyond to rescue cats with nowhere else to turn.

 
 

Become a permanent part of our Adoption Center, while helping Cat Town save even more lives.

Oakland artist Michelle Chan (aka EKKE) has created a legacy mural to help Cat Town save vulnerable shelter cats. This mural showcases and celebrates our community. Whether you'd like to proudly display your own dedication to saving every cat, honor a beloved pet, or pay tribute to someone special in your life, we would be honored for you to contribute to this piece.

 

This May, we will honor all qualifying legacy mural donations made through the Saving Pets Challenge website. To be included in this work of art, please make a donation at one of the levels listed below:

 

 
Donate $500 to $999

A name of your choosing will be displayed on the mural as a supporter.                              

     

 

 

 

Donate $1,000 to $4,999 option no longer available.

     

 

 

Donate $5,000 or more

A name of your choosing will be prominently featured in the mural (limited availability).           

     

 

 

 

If you're interested in making a transformative gift, but looking for other ways to do so, consider sponsoring one of our Studios at the Cat Town Adoption Center. Cat Town has saved nearly 1,900 shelter cats who had no other options — and supporting our Studios ensures we have the flexibility to save countless more.

Thank you for supporting our lifesaving work!

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Michelle Chan works in tech by day, but spends her remaining hours helping manage Dragon School 99, a nonprofit that provides young artists with a unique place to experiment with street art and public murals. She has also volunteered to preserve, restore, and create murals for nonprofit organizations and neighboring communities, including Oakland Animal Services, Oakland Public Library's book-mobile, and the Oakland Asian Cultural Center. Follow her work on Instagram (@Ekke_Art) and www.ekkeart.com.