I am already neutered, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with cats.
Natasha is an extremely friendly kitty! She was found skinny and pregnant outside of a housing project in Brooklyn. Her kittens did not survive, most likely due to malnutrition, but Natasha has flourished under our care and she is a joy to be around. Natasha deserves a home that will appreciate and love her for the sweetheart she is! Natasha did test positive for FIV. Natasha is available for adoption or foster-to-adopt. Please contact us to meet Natasha!
KittyKaretakers is a 501(c)(3) non profit which rescues cats & kittens in the Queens & Brooklyn areas of NYC and finds loving & caring forever homes for them. We are a completely foster-home based network; we have no shelter of our own. We intimately know the personalities of all our furry felines so that we can make the best match for your lifestyle!
Come Meet Our Pets...
We do many adoption events at various locales, please contact for further information or follow us on Facebook where we usually post our current adoption event locations & times! Currently we are regularly showing at PS9 Pets 169 N 9th Street in Williamsburg on Saturdays from 12-7PM and on Sundays in Park Slope at 135 7th Ave from 12-5PM.
Our Adoption Process...
All animals have been tested & vaccinated. All animals have also been fixed unless too young in which case we will arrange for this when they are old enough. There is an application and a small re-homing fee (to cover vet expenses) to adopt. Many of our cats are also available to foster until they find their forever homes! We also allow people to foster-to-adopt so they can give it a trial run, free of charge, for a couple of weeks before they finalize an adoption. If an adoption, for any reason, does not work out, we ALWAYS take the cat back. Contact us to get more information!
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