Due to COVID-19, the For Kitty's Sake Adoption Center is closed until further notice.
All of our cats are safely in foster homes, and are still adoptable.
You are still able to fill out an application and adopt, but the application process may take longer.
If you have any questions, please contact us.


gray polydactyl cat for kitty's sake

Meet Abby

This beauty is polydactyl - meaning she has extra toes on her front paws! Abby would do best as the only cat in your household.

Female | 6y

johnny angel orange tabby fat cat for kitty's sake

Meet Johnny

Big boy Johnny Angel has been described by his foster family as an old soul with smoldering looks! He loves flopping on his back and demanding belly rubs.

Male | 1y

black and white tuxedo cat for adoption for kitty's sake

Meet Twinkle

This goober girl is social, patient and just wants to chill with you. Sadly found as a stray, she is now ready for her forever home.

Female | 2y

black cat in dress for kitty's sake adoption

Meet Gouda

I'm a super relaxed girl that just wants to be held. I'm content lounging in your lap, but I will wrap my arms around you and hug you like a human.

Female | 2y

About For Kitty's Sake

For Kitty’s Sake is an all-volunteer, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. We work within our community to provide a safe haven, medical support, foster placement and adoptive homes for cats in need.

Reporting Abuse

You can help an animal by reporting animal cruelty or abuse to your local police department or county prosecutor's office. You can contact Gloucester County by calling (856) 384-5500.


for kitty's sake child holding donation box

For Kitty's Sake not only provides care for animals every day, but also aids in fostering and improving quality of life for cats.


for kitty's sake volunteer holding kitten

When you volunteer with us, you are joining an awesome team that loves animals & wants to do what they can to help.


for kitty's sake kitten biting thumb

How to stop kittens from biting

Do you want to correct the biting habit of your cat? While learning to stop kittens from biting, be patient with her. The cat is biting for a reason. Try to understand the reason and handle her carefully.

for kitty's sake mom and kitten walking

Why spay & neuter your pets

By spaying or neutering your pet, you’ll help control the pet homelessness crisis. This results in healthy dogs and cats being euthanized in the United States each year because there aren’t enough homes.

for kitty's sake cat and dog snuggling on floor

Keeping your pets safe in the home

Few things fill our hearts with joy like our pets, but there is a flipside to this – we worry about the furry members of our family just as much as we do our own children when wanting to keep them safe in our homes.

for kitty's sake cat peeking around corner

Stop your cat from spraying/marking

Cats spray and mark their territory for a reason - once the reason for the behavior is identified and then eliminated, the urine marking can stop completely - sometimes even literally overnight.