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Keitha's Kittie Rescue

Lebanon, OR 97355

Phone (541) 570-3088
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Areas Keitha's Kittie Rescue serves

The rescue is located in Lebanon, Oregon and is dedicated to finding homes for unwanted or abandoned cats and kittens in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon and Sweet Home as well as other communities in Benton and Linn counties.

It is our mission to provide adoption and placement of rescued cats and kittens into permanent homes. We are further dedicated to the care and housing of any sick or injured cat by providing quality care for their lifetime, if needed.

Keitha's Kittie Rescue's adoption process


Submit Application


Approve Application


Meet the Pet


Home Check

The application review process will most often require the potential adopter to submit a home video in place of a home visit.

Additional adoption info

All our cats and kittens are adopted after an approved submitted application. If approved, the animal is delivered personally and a home inspection is performed.

We charge a $140 adoption fee for kittens and $110 adoption fee for adult cats, and $60 for senior cats which includes: spay/neuter, microchip, combo test and age appropriate vaccinations.

Transport is also free but we do ask for a donation if over 30 miles.

Future contact information of the adopter must also be given. Periodic check ins for the first year are sometimes an option.

Adoption application

About Keitha's Kittie Rescue

Keitha’s Kittie Rescue was created on August 10, 2017. and became a non-profit, 501(c)(3) on December 27, 2017. We just recently taken another rescue under our wing, Calapooia Critters Rescue and Transport.

The other shelters in the area often require owners to pay a fee to abandon their animal, or overcrowded and not able to take the animal, have the owner make an appointment to assess the animal or there is no local shelter in the community, and sometimes the animals a stray and takes time to adjust before being adopted or they need medical care. Keitha’s Kittie Rescue is all volunteer, foster based shelter.

Volunteers care for the cats and kittens in their homes. Adoption events are also held at Petsmart in Corvallis, Oregon. All money goes for the cats litter, food and medical care.

Our mission is to create a safe environment and find a future home for the unwanted, unloved, forgotten cats that no other rescue will take. We get a lot of injured, ill, and abused cats. Our veterinarian bills are quite high but we do what we can to raise funds and keep our animals in the best health. We NEVER euthanize unless it is extremely necessary. We have a few hospice foster homes where an animal can live out the rest of its days in love and comfort. It is our calling, our focus, and our main drive in life.

Keitha's Kittie Rescue's adopted pets

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