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Useful tools available to the community

Mojo's Hope lends the following items/services to Alaskans who need them for their animals:
• Cat and Dog kennels
• Live traps for lost or stray cats

• Cat and Dog wheelchairs
• Microchip scanners

• Ramps 

To borrow one of these items, please complete our Equipment Loan Agreement form and email that to us at

Veterinary Clinics/Services in Alaska: This is a working document, it is not an opinion document.  This is a listing of the Veterinary Clinics and Services throughout Alaska in one place to assist our community. 


We have resources for education
, lost cats, cat behavior, pet-loss counseling, transitioning into the home, and more. 


We have several user-friendly brochures available to assist our community to download for your use. 

Resource Topics: Click on each link to access the document

Emergency preparedness

Behavior support

Cats with Asthma

Blind Cats

Helping your cat relax after a crisis

Understanding cat body language-Ears

Understanding cat body language-Tail

Cats with CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)

Cats with Diabetes

Help with Feline Obesity

Cats with Megaesophagus
FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease)
Guidance if you need to surrender your cat

Deaf Cats

 Cats with Cerebellar Hypoplasia

FIV+ Cats

 How to Help Your Grieving Cat

Cats with Stomatitis

Cats with Idiopathic Seizure Disorders

Litter Box Solutions

• Cats with Arthritis

AdvoCATcy SupPURRorts: Click on each link to access the brochures
Enrichment for your cat

Harness Training for Your Cat!

What to Expect When You Bring Your Cat(s) Home
Paws Need Claws

How to Greet a Shy Cat

Are You Ready to Adopt a Cat?
How to Transition a New Cat into Your Home

Crate training

Humane live-trapping guide

What to do if you find a lost/stray cat

Why your cat should be indoors
How to prepare for a vet visit

How to Interact Purroperly With Cats-The Alaska Humane Society Guide

• Clicker training and food puzzles

Self Care

Self-care is an integral part of animal welfare and is a must when it comes to caring for the animals we all do. But this can take a toll on your heart, mind, body and spirit. It is imperative to pay attention to the signals, have a strong network of support, accept help when needed and step back when necessary. We aren’t doing the animals we rescue and care for any good if we do not care for ourselves properly.


If you know someone who is experiencing this, we must stress the importance of being supportive, kind and being an attentive listener. 

Here are three fabulous resources that we refer to often ourselves: 


The Compassion Fatigue Awareness Project

Jessica Dolce


Also, Shannon is a Certified Pet Loss and Bereavement Counselor, if you just need to talk about any of the struggles you may be having. 


Mojo B

Click on the link above or either HarPURR or Mojo's photos to access our working list of Alaska's Animal Welfare Organizations.


Mojo's Hope Outreach Program

The goal with our Outreach Program is to help community members keep their cats with special needs (family members) instead of being put in the position of surrendering him/her due to veterinary needs.

This is a two step process. To qualify, purrlease complete our Outreach Application first. Once this is approved by our board and vet team we will email to let you know. Then you will need to complete the 2nd form before each vet visit and email that to us at Both forms are available to download below.

Outreach Application Form

Outreach Supplemental Form

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