Kitten Rescue was founded in the spring of 1997 and has grown to be one of the largest and most respected animal welfare groups in Los Angeles. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization devoted to finding loving new homes for unwanted, homeless cats and kittens. Kitten Rescue volunteers place over 1,000 cats and kittens into homes every year. Since we began, we have rescued and placed over 17,000 cats (and counting!) into loving homes.
Join us on Sunday, May 21st from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM for Kitten Rescue’s Open House, as we celebrate 20 years of helping homeless animals in LA. This Open House is a chance for us to step back and celebrate our great accomplishments over two decades!
The Open House will be held at the KR Sanctuary, currently home to over 125 cats and kittens. You will get to tour our facility and meet our many, friendly residents. There will be a Tiki bar, Polynesian-inspired food (vegan), Tiki drinks, and raffle prizes. All are welcome to stop by, and the event is free.
Come join us for good food, good company, and an amazing afternoon hanging with our feline friends!
Have you found abandoned, feral or orphaned kittens and are not sure what to do? Should you take them in? And if you rescue them, what do you do next? Never fear… we have all the answers in our Kitten Care Handbook!
Our Kitten Care Handbook is your expert online source for everything you need to know if you wish to rescue and raise orphaned kittens. We also include tips for people who have recently adopted a new kitten or cat and want to make sure everything goes smoothly.
From the immediate steps and first aid you’ll need to provide, to what supplies you will gather, to emergency kitten formula recipes, to getting and keeping kittens healthy — we cover it all! We even detail the care for them as they grow.
Because if there’s one thing that Kitten Rescue knows… it’s how to rescue and care for kittens!
Need your fix? Check out our Kitten Cam! We have an entire room at the KR Sanctuary dedicated to nursing moms with litters of kittens. When we don’t happen to have a mom with a litter, we use this area as a romper room for some of our kittens waiting to be adopted.
All of the budding young stars you see on this live feed are looking for homes, including Mom! If you fall in love, don’t hesitate — click below and get an adoption application in to us pronto!