MAAS was founded in 2002 in response to the feral and homeless cat population
in Marlborough, Hudson and surrounding towns.
MAAS began a trap, neuter, return (TNR) program for these cats in 2002,
with feeding stations where the cats are fed daily.
In 2012, they changed their name
to Cat Rescue of Marlborough and Hudson (CaRMaH) to better reflect their goals.
And to bring all who they touch good CaRMaH!
CaRMaH is a 501(c) (3) volunteer organization that maintains a foster care adoption program,
with Meow Mixers (meet and greet events) twice a month at the Petco in Marlborough.
Other major programs are:
A feral trap, vaccinate, neuter, and release program
A foster home program for healthy and special needs cats and kittens
A citizen foster program for residents needing to rehome their cats
A community education program featuring cat ambassadors
A barn program for feral relocation
CaRMaH has placed over 2,000 cats and kittens into homes,
and have spayed or neutered over 500 feral cats.