“Hello fellow rescuers, cat lovers, and animal advocates! My name is Savannah Johnston, I’m 27 years old, and I am the director and founder of Kitty Co. Cat Rescue. My hobbies include playing video games, spending time with friends and family, buying an unnecessary amount of home decor, binge watching Tik Tok videos and Netflix for longer than I’d like to admit, and the obvious - dedicating my spare time to rescuing animals! Since I was a little girl, I have always dreamed of giving the less fortunate animals a better life, love, and a second chance. When someone would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always said "a vet"! When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, I took advantage of working from home and began taking in stray and sick cats off the streets. Over the years, we have gained many supporters and volunteers who help us continue to save animals in need, and built a reputable non-profit organization dedicated to the cats! Kitty Co. Cat Rescue is my passion."
"I've been fostering for KCCR for over 2 years. Without fosters, rescues wouldn't be able to help as many cats, so knowing that I'm making a difference in all these cats' lives is so fulfilling. There's nothing more rewarding than coming home to kitty cuddles! Not only do I help them, but they help me too. I actually have adopted 6 of my 7 cats from Kitty Co! I cannot say enough positive things about this organization. They truly care about the cats."
"Fostering is so rewarding! We love cats, but our circumstances don’t allow us to have one of our own since we travel a lot, so we decided to help other cats who need a temporary home. Our 4 year old daughter loves cats as well and she learns how to take care of them. It’s a win win for everyone! It’s always sad when they leave us, but at the same time, we know they are going to a good home, so everything is worth it and we get so happy for them. Everything is provided when fostering and there's no vet bills! We feel so lucky to be able to take care of cats that need help."
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.