Looking to Adopt?
Finding the perfect pet can be easy, but there is a lot to consider!
We want to make sure the cats we have go to the perfect home! We want to make sure you have an appropriate home for a pet (if renting, we want to make sure your landlord is agreeable). You must have a realistic understanding of the demands of pet ownership, the financial resources to feed and take care of a pet, and a lifestyle that allows you to provide adequate attention and exercise for your cat.
Have a Question?
We have an answer!
Where do you get your cats?
Our criteria vary from situation to situation. There are so many cats in need, so we need to be selective.
If you would like to know more about how to assist cats and want to know more, please contact shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a lot of cats in my neighborhood. Can you take them?
We have to be cautious with neighborhood cats because these cats see the neighborhood as their home. If we were to house them at our shelter, they would be very unhappy about being stuck indoors, which would actually end up doing more harm than good. The best thing to do for these cats is to Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), and make sure they have water and food.
A cat just showed up at my house and it's not mine. What should I do?
The best thing to do is to check if they are chipped, then go about getting them back to their home. Other than that, if you’re feeding the cat, then as far as we’re concerned, it’s now yours. We operate on a simple rule; you feed it, you fix it.
How did you come up with the idea for Jen's Kitty Rehab?
We wanted to create a facility that focused on the quality of life for the cats, rather than the quantity we could save. We believe this model will lead to better opportunities for our cats getting adopted.
How Can I Help?
We’re always looking for people to either foster or adopt a cat. You can also volunteer to help us. We also accept donations, whether monetary or in-kind.
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