It is the purpose of this organization to provide a safe, healthy, and loving environment for abandoned kittens until a permanent home can be found and reduce the number of stray and abandoned cats and kittens through educating our community on responsible pet ownership.
At Caring 4 Kittens, we rescue unwanted stray kittens from environments where they face starvation, disease, and certain death. Every kitten we take in receives food, shelter and medical treatment. All kittens are also neutered or spayed to help prevent over-population. Our shelter is a no-kill facility.
We have been serving the community since 2006. Our shelter operates entirely by the efforts of volunteers and donations. We have adopted out over 1450 kittens and cats to date.
It costs an average of $150 per kitten for food, shelter, and medical treatment. These costs are not fully covered by the adoption fees. It is through our public donations and grants that we are able to support our endeavors to save the kittens.
Come Meet Our Pets...
1521 Wagstaff, Paradise, CA 95969 or at Petco in Chico from 1-5 on Saturday & Sunday
Our Adoption Process...
We have an adoption contract and the fee is $75.00. If the kitten is to young to be fixed at time of adoption a Spay/Neuter Voucher valid at the PAWS clinic in Oroville will be given that requires a $15.00 copay be made to PAWS.
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