Who we are
Saving animals. Serving Communities.
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. We depend upon our foster parents, board members, and volunteers at the cat adoption center at the PetSmart in Mantua, to care for our cats while they await adoption. We have developed a partnership with local veterinarians at Clementon Animal Hospital who work with us on a case-by-case basis, and who continue to impress us with their commitment to our mission.
Our adoption process is thorough. We require vet references from all of our potential adopters and will do home visits and follow-up visits in most cases. For Kitty's Sake will take back any cat we have adopted out with no questions asked. 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! Our goal is to ensure a quality life for each and every one of our cats.
For Kitty’s Sake relies entirely on donations and fundraising events to support our mission. Community support and involvement is crucial to our effectiveness. We could not achieve our mission without the dedicated assistance of our foster home providers, our adoptive families, our veterinarian and business partners, our volunteer network and our generous supporters.
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.
We place cats in loving, responsible, committed permanent homes, following a comprehensive adoption process.
Although shelter staff do their best to enrich the lives of every animal, cats and kittens benefit from the increased stimuli and interaction of a home environment, as well as affords another cat a spot in the shelter.
We are always in need of volunteers for events and working directly with cats. If you are interested in helping, or have any questions, please fill out a Volunteer Application.
Providing information about spaying and neutering, bringing awareness to the dangers of declawing, and teaching children about pet care is how we help save animals and serve the community.
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.
“Every person can make a difference, and every person should try.”– John F. Kennedy
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