How much does it cost to adopt a cat from Kitty rescue?
Single Cat adoptions will be $130 each, the 2 cat/kitten adoption fee will now be raised to $240. Anyone who wishes to have a cat/or kitten on hold will need to put down a $30.00 non-refundable deposit. Thanks so much for your understanding. Kitty Rescue is located on 11 Plantation Drive in Jaffrey, NH.
How can I help the Kitty Cafe rescue?
At Kitty Café we are dedicated to bringing cats to full health and happiness and then re-homing our lovely feline friends. That is our mission and life is better with cats! Can you help? Make a Donation 3 black 8 month old kitties had been abandoned at Vets4Pets in Leeds. They were bought in for neutering and never collected.
How many cats and kittens are saved by meoowzresq?
MeoowzResQ saves more than 2700 cats and kittens every year! MeoowzResQ is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization providing cat and kitten rescue and adoption in the Southern California area. Our kittens are hand raised in private homes and many are bottle fed babies.
How much does it cost to adopt a kitten from mkra?
Please note as of May 1st, MKRA will have a slight increase to our kitten adoption rates: Cats over 1 year of age will remain at $140 per cat and $260 for 2. For all kittens under a year old, the adoption fee will now be $180 per kitten and $350 for 2.
Where is Kitty rescue in Jaffrey NH located?
Thanks so much for your understanding. Kitty Rescue is located on 11 Plantation Drive in Jaffrey, NH. Open hours are Tuesday and Thursday Evenings from 6-9 and Saturday mornings from 9-1. Click the picture to learn more about this cat.
Where is the Animal Rescue League of Boston?
Inaugural visit coincided with World Spay Day The Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) launched its newest Spay Waggin’ location this week at the iconic Franklin Park Zoo, to serve residents in surrounding communities seeking low-cost, high-quality spay and neuter services for their dogs or cats.
Who was the founder of the Animal Rescue League?
Anna Harris Smith, the founder of the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL), was a strong, compassionate, and persistent woman, who decided to change the landscape of animal welfare in the United States – 21 years before she had the legal right to vote.