Formerly A Voice for Paws, For Kitty’s Sake branched off in January 2020 to focus more of our efforts on rescuing and providing medical care to at-risk cats and kittens. Our goal is to get the harder-to-adopt animals homes with people we know will care for them.
What Drives Us
At For Kitty’s Sake, we work within our community to provide a safe haven, medical support, foster placement, and adoptive homes for cats and kittens in need. We prioritize the health and well-being of each and every cat that comes to us and are proud to be one of the few local groups who will invest the time and attention to making sure that all of our cats go to homes in which they will be loved and well-cared for for the rest of their lives.
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Why Adopt From Us?
Benefits of Adopting a Cat
Owning a cat, or any pet you adopt from a shelter, has been shown to have positive effects on humans’ ability to cope with stress, anxiety, depression, and loneliness. Taking a cat home from a shelter can improve your sense of happiness and general well-being.
our cats & kittens
Every cat and kitten that we adopt out will have been spayed or neutered, tested negative for FeLV, received their rabies and distemper vaccines, and been microchipped.
Special Needs Cats
It’s not uncommon for us to have special needs cats in our care. This could range from cats on special diets to missing limbs. We are always upfront about cats that need extra care and will provide all necessary vet paperwork upon adoption.
The adoption fees
Since For Kitty’s Sake is a nonprofit organization, 100% of our adoption fees are considered a donation. We use these funds to provide medical care, including surgeries, medications, vaccinations, prescriptions, and more to not only special needs cats, but every cat or kitten that comes through.
we're a smaller rescue
In the Gloucester County/ Southern New Jersey area, there are several animal rescues that you can choose from. We work with these rescues to take in the cats that would otherwise be euthanized or spend months, or even years, in a shelter. We incur a lot more expenses operating this way, but we believe every cat should have a loving home.
We wouldn’t be able to operate without our team of dedicated volunteers.
Most of the cats we receive through our rescue are strays and have had little to no human interaction. Our volunteers spend time with them and work with them on a daily basis, allowing them to trust us, and other humans in extension. This helps the cats come out of their shell, stop being so timid, and showcase their wonderful personalities for you to adopt them.
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