Smitten By Kittens is a non-profit 501(c)3 not-for-profit volunteer organization that provides Trap-Neuter-Release, Fostering, Rescue and Adoptions for cats and kittens in need of permanent forever homes"/>


Your Tax Deductible Donation Saves Lives  

**We are currently on hiatus from Adoptions and Rescues but please  visit our sister rescues who are doing wonderful work!

The Randolph Municipal Pound


S.O.S at The Rockaway Mall they have many beautiful Kittens and Cats that are looking for their forever home!

Check Out Our Adoptable
Bunnies Here

For updated BUNNY listings go to




We have lots of bunnies!

Scroll down below to see them


Check out our RABBITS Here

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"Our Angel Andrea" 

February 20, 2009 - We miss her


Laura Koeck Fine Art
Specialty Pet Portraits
Don't let Kitty Outside!

Click here, Teddy wants to tell his story of the unnecessary pain he went through.

How To Find a Lost Kitty


Toxic Plants & Your Cat






















































 Email Randolph Municipal Pound

Or call them at 973-989-7090

They are located at: 
1345 Sussex Turnpike, Randolph, NJ 07869

Visit Randolph Animal Pound at Petfinder to see their available Dogs and Kitties for Adoption

To  Email S.O.S. Save Our Strayse - Check Back With Us!
They are in Petsmart at the Rockaway Mall 7 days a week and have wonderful kitties to adopt!
Petsmart at the Rockaway Mall
Mount Hope Ave,  
Rockaway, NJ 07866

Visit S.O.S at Petfinder to see their available Kitties for Adoption

For Rabbits Please Come Visit Us At A Hoppy Tail

A Hoppy Tail


Our Mission Statement:

Smitten By Kittens is a non-profit 501(c)3 not-for-profit volunteer organization that provides Trap-Neuter-Release, Fostering, Rescue and Adoptions for cats and kittens in need of permanent forever homes.

Adoption is the Answer! In seven years, one female cat and her offspring can theoretically produce 420,000 cats. It is estimated that 15 million adoptable cats/kittens are killed every year and that 95% of feral kittens die within the first year. Kittens are eaten by other animals, Cats are hit by cars and die from exposure to the elements. By adopting from us you help save lives!

Who We Are
We got our start rescuing Kittens in October of 2002 and have been performing Trap/Neuter/Release on the adults since then.

Medical Information

Medical History Form And Vaccination Schedule Smitten By Kittens
Kitten Vaccination Information Smitten By Kittens
What Is FIP? Smitten By Kittens
Feline Leukemia Smitten By Kittens
**Feline Leukemia Testing: Why You Are Wasting Your Money Smitten By Kittens
 Facts Regarding FIV and FeLV Smitten By Kittens
The Scoop on Poop Smitten By Kittens
Low Cost Spay Neuter Participating Vets - For Smitten By Kitten adopters ONLY

Training Information
How To Train Kitty Not To Scratch Your Furniture Smitten By Kittens
Why Kittens Should Be Adopted In Pairs Smitten By Kittens

Shopping List
The Kitty Shopping List Smitten By Kittens

De-claw Information
Why You Shouldn't De-claw Your Kitty Smitten By Kittens

Toxic Plants & Your Cat
Make Your Pet's Home Poison Safe: List of Toxic Plants

Lost Kitty Information
How To Find a Lost Kitty


Contact Info : Email ONLY Please 
(We are Volunteers who work full time jobs)

Smitten By Kittens
P.O. Box 324
Morristown, N.J. 07963

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Here are some of our Special Volunteers and
their Amazing Accomplishments


Congrats to all the Junior Volunteers, they raised $907 in donations during our Pet Photos with Santa!  The kids sat by the doors all weekend and raised money. 

(From the Top Left: Elizabeth, Austin, Santa, Griffin)
(From the Bottom Left: Eliana, Charlie the Dog, Micaela, Ryan)


Congrats to Griffin, he raised $510 by asking for donations instead of birthday gifts -
HooYa! Way to go Griffin!


Congrats to
Ariana on her Bronze Award.  She spent all of her free time gathering baskets and baskets full of donations, there were a lot of baskets





Congrats to James who raised $422  by asking for donations for his birthday in lieu of gifts.  James is in the 2nd Grade Center Grove Elementary School in Randolph.



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