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We specialize in rescuing the animals that other organizations are unable to help. Many of our cats come to us with medical and behavioral problems that while treatable, would over-burden the capabilities of large, high-volume shelters. These animals need the individual attention offered to all of our residents through our foster home network and working relationship with local veterinary hospitals. All Purrfect Haven cats undergo extremely thorough medical evaluations and testing before being placed for adoption. Our team works hard to ensure our cats are as healthy as possible before placing them up for public adoption.
Foster homes are critical to the mission of Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation. We seek to place dogs and cats who are not quickly adopted or who need some extra TLC into loving, responsible foster homes so that they can become ready for adoption. Often, all these dogs and cats need is someone to spend a little time with them and to advocate for them at adoption events. If you are able to make the commitment to guide a dog or a cat (or a litter of puppies or kittens) into a forever home, please contact More information .
Kiski Valley Cat & Kitten Rescue is a privately owned no-kill cat shelter that became a Pennsylvania not-for-profit corporation in 2000. Also in 2000, we acquired the use of several acres of land with three buildings for the beginnings of a shelter. The buildings were in need of repairs and some needed windows. Work was nearly complete only to have a storm tear the roof off of one of the buildings. Once again repaired, we moved the cats in. The buildings' interiors were finished and propane heaters were installed to keep the cats snug and warm. We also added fencing between the buildings and cat doors so that the cats have access to totally enclosed outdoor patios. We have tried to create a pleasant environment as they await their forever homes. A very long-term goal for the shelter is to add fencing around the perimeter of the grounds and a barn so that a MANAGABLE number of the feral cats that find their way here could live outside on the grounds. Feral cats are wild animals and we have found that most of them are better off being released back outside after being altered. Otherwise, these cats often come down with anorexia (brought on by the stress of coming indoors for the first time in their lives), or upper respiratory infections/viruses (caused by being brought in contact with shelter animals when their recent vaccinations have not yet provided them adequate immunity).PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE THINK TWICE BEFORE TRYING TO HAVE AN ADULT CAT PLACED INTO A SHELTER WHEN THEY HAVE BEEN LIVING OUTSIDE ALL OF THEIR LIVES OR THEY HAVE BEEN IN A HOME SITUATION FOR MANY YEARS. THESE TYPES OF CATS DO NOT THRIVE IN A SHELTER.NOTE: November 2015: Although I would like to be able to help every kitty out there, I have to set limits since I do this out of my home. I'm sorry. I am not currently accepting cats or kittens. However, I'd like to help if I can, so you may email me for a list of possible other places to check with: . Please DO try to place them, instead of taking them to SEACCA or the LB Animal Shelter. As far as I know, they have a 72-hour hold now instead of 6 days due to shelter budget cuts. No matter the age of the animal, the euthanasia rate is very, very high. Thank you and I truly hope your babies find a safe place. Welcome to Making Biscuits Cat Rescue. I started humanely trapping local cats in June 2009. Two of them were pregnant. With one of them, it was obvious. The other, I didn't know until she was giving birth. I was also given a box of 6, 4-day old kittens whose mother hadn't come back for them. Needless to say, I'd been deeply launched into my first experience with foster mommyhood. I just want what's best for these guys—good homes, good food and clean water, routine veterinary/dental care and lots of love and attention. As with all pets, they deserve it. These cats and kittens live in a (clean) home until they're adopted, however long that takes. They have loads of toys to play with, not to mention, each other. I work at home, so I've coddled each and every one of them. Please spay and neuter your pets, and thanks for checking us out. If you see a kitty you're interested in meeting, please email me to be sure they're still available. We'll set a time for introductions inside one of our adoption locations. When you come to meet the cat(s) you can fill out an application or I'll email you one in advance. I'll let you know then if it's good and if you fall in love with our kitties, then we'll set an appointment for a few days later for a home visit. If it's a good match for you and kitty, I'll arrange another appointment for delivery of your new family member! Everyone gets an Adoption Kit loaded with great (and really important info.), medical records, food from our cats current diet for a couple days and a big bag of toys and healthy whole-meat treats!!,