The majority of our cats and kittens are rescued from local high-kill shelters - sometimes just hours before they are scheduled for euthanasia due to overcrowding. After the rescue, the cats are brought to one of our quality veterinarians who spay or neuter them, (if age appropriate) vaccinate, deworm, flea treat and give them a thorough veterinary exam before being placed in a loving volunteer foster home.
Thousands of cats and kittens are killed in shelters each year because there are not enough homes. Sadly, not every cat can be rescued. But we can make a difference with the cats we DO rescue!
Please watch the short video below of one of our rescues - (it's a happy video, we promise)