We provide our rescue services to southwestern, PA and surrounding areas. We are foster-based, so we do not have a facility open to the public. We provide our rescue services to southwestern, PA and surrounding areas. Our animals and foster homes are currently located in Burgettstown, Houston, Oakdale, and Slippery Rock, PA.
Unless specified otherwise, our current adoption fees are as follows: Kittens - $50. Adults - $25. Any cats that have fully sponsored, waived, or further reduced adoption fees, are listed as such on our website.
Firstly, an approved adoption application must be submitted at https://kittyco.org/adoption-application to adopt one of our kitties. If approved, we will reach out to schedule a meet and greet with the kitty you are interested in adopting. If you and the kitty's Foster both agree to proceed with the adoption after the meet and greet, we will require a photo submission of the common areas of your home, and a physical exam appointment for your kitty to be scheduled. This will establish your new pet with your veterinarian. Lastly, you sign an adoption contract and take your new fur baby home!
At this time, we do not have a facility opened to the public to meet our kitties. We are foster-based, which means all of our cats and kittens reside in foster homes rather than in kennels in a shelter facility. This allows a more personable relationship with our kitties and for fosters to be able to focus on 1 or 2 individual kitties’ care and needs at a time. If you'd like to schedule a day/time to meet our available cats and kittens, please note an approved adoption application is required first. You can submit an application for the kitty(ies) of your interest on our website.
We currently do not offer TNR services to the public; however, if you kindly PM us, we can provide you with trapping tips and resources near you!
f your pet or an animal you found has a true medical emergency, please drive the animal to your nearest veterinarian. Do not wait for a rescue or shelter to get back to you. If finances are an issue, please consider CareCredit, Scratch-pay, creating a GoFundMe, posting in local pet and community Facebook groups, and/or asking family and friends for assistance. The animal's life always matters and their medical emergency should never wait.
We are currently closed on all intakes. We encourage you to weigh all options possible (training and vet care included) to be able to keep your pet. If you absolutely cannot keep your pet and have exhausted all other options, please consider reaching out to your family and friends first, and then to other local rescues, humane societies, and shelters. Please be aware that most animal organizations are closed on surrender intakes at this time due to over capacity, and may not be able to take in your pet right away. Surrendering a healthy pet to a rescue or shelter should always be your very last option.
Unless a kitten needs urgent medical attention for an illness or injury or is in true danger, DO NOT TOUCH THEM until you have waited atleast 24 hours for their Mom to return! Mother cats care for their kittens better than a vet can, and better than any rescuer or person can. The Mom is always a newborn or young kitten's best chance of survival. If the Mom has not returned for her kittens within 24 hours, please reach out to a local rescue, shelter, or humane society first. If the kittens need bottlefed, they will need an experienced bottle feeder or someone willing to learn fast and is committed to their 'round the clock care (newborn kittens need fed every 1-2 hours.... yes, even through the night!). Please note, we are closed on intakes at this time.
As most rescues are right now, we are over capacity and our foster homes cannot accommodate anymore cats. Please reach out to another local rescue or shelter for assistance. If you have an animal with a medical emergency, please drive to your nearest vet - do not wait for a rescue to get back to you.