Here Kitty Kitty!
"Who can believe that there is no soul behind
those luminous eyes?"
Welcome to our web site! Here Kitty Kitty, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization, specializing in adoptions for homeless Cats and Kittens. Our priority is to find permanent, loving homes. We do not have a shelter. Instead, we rely on the goodness of foster parents who provide a loving transitional environment until a permanent home is found.
Our purpose is to facilitate alternatives for finding loving homes for cats and kittens. We envision an educated future community where all cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, where there is no need for feral cat colonies and unnecessary euthanization of felines will not exist.
Our cats and kittens have been completely checked out by a veterinarian before they are ready for adoption. They have been tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV, given their appropriate vaccinations and spayed/neutered according to their age.
Applicants wishing to adopt a cat or kitten are carefully screened prior to adoption. They need to complete our detailed pre-adoption questionnaire and provide references before they can be considered for adoption. Once references have been checked and the applicants are approved, subject to satisfactory references, the happy parents will be able to take their new family member home. For more information about our process and to complete our application, see our Adoption Process page.
Our featured pet - Frankie
Here Kitty Kitty regularly has adoption days where you can meet the kittys on our website. Our Adoptions Days page has information about our adoption events. If you would like to help us help the cats, we are always in need of additional volunteers. Foster homes are especially needed, but if you can't foster there are many other volunteer opportunities that require less time commitments. Please visit our Volunteer page for more information.
Donations are always gratefully accepted. The adoption fees that we collect help to defray our expenses for veterinary care, including the required spay/neuter, but do not cover the amount spent on each cat. Our income is derived from adoption fees, private donations and fund raising activities; all of which goes to care for the cats.
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