Sponsor a
Special Needs Cat

True Beauty Comes From Within

Kitten Rescue’s Sponsorship Program connects our special needs cats with special cat lovers like you! Our special needs cats and kittens live at the KR Sanctuary. Because they require special care, they are not as likely to be placed into forever homes and may spend the rest of their lives here at the Sanctuary. So, when you sponsor a special needs cat or kitten, it helps Kitten Rescue cover the cost of their daily care, as well as their ongoing medical needs.

 

When you sponsor a cat, you will receive a personalized Certificate of Sponsorship, a beautiful photo, and a short biography of your sponsored cat. You will also get bi-annual updates on your sponsored cat, so you know how he or she is doing.

 

Each Sponsorship Package is $15 per month for one year, or a one-time donation of $180. You may purchase more than one package to sponsor multiple cats in a year. Make sure to write the name of the cat(s) you are sponsoring in the donation notes field, or we can choose a cat for you if you’d like.

Make It a Gift!

Sponsorship packages make wonderful, unique holiday or birthday presents — either for the cat lover who has everything, or for friends and family members who love making a difference in the lives of animals. When you sponsor a cat or kitten as a gift, we send certificates and updates to both of you!

 

If you are purchasing a Sponsorship as a gift, please specify the name of the giftee (who it is in honor of) and also provide his or her email address in the notes field.

IN NEED OF SPONSORS

  • Belle is super affectionate and outgoing. She loves other cats, dogs and kids. She is partially blind in one eye and has a chronic upper respiratory infection, due to being......

  • I am the oldest resident in the KR Sanctuary. I am a laid-back guy, without any worries in the world. The caretakers at the KR Sanctuary say I am like......

  • My brothers and I were feral kittens taken in by Kitten Rescue when I was young. Ten years later, I am still very shy, but I am sweet and affectionate.......

  • I was trapped near Echo Park before finding my way to Kitten Rescue. I was very afraid of people, but ever since coming to the KR Sanctuary, I am starting......

  • I am a year old now and was a bottle baby in the Kitten Rescue Nursery. Unfortunately, I have tested a strong positive for feline leukemia (FeLV) which may prevent......

  • My name is Mario, but now they call me Uncle Mario. I used to roam the neighborhood, looking for food, getting into mischief and hiding from coyotes. I had a......

  • I am a seven year old short hair, orange tabby. For a very long time a kind man fed me on Sunset but then he moved so KR was contacted.......

  • My name is Ming. I was born in 2002, and that (plus my irresistible charm) is why they all refer to me as the Sweet Old Lady of the KR......

  • My brothers and I were abandoned at a pet store in 2007. I am a semi-feral cat who enjoys sunny sleeping spots, other cat friends and even dogs. I am......

  • I was born outside on a rainy night in Southern California. My siblings and I were all found lying in a wet ditch, when we were scooped up by a......

  • I am a queen, I am, I am! I am a bit feisty, but after being left out on the street to fend for myself with only three legs, do......

  • I am a 13-year-old, seal point siamese with hyperthyroidism. I was trapped many years ago and taken in but never adopted. I have really taking a liking to all the......

  • My sister Pinky and I were keeping warm in the engine block of a car when we were found back in 2009. They say it’s not uncommon for feral kittens......

  • I have lived at the KR Sanctuary practically my whole life. I was rescued from a home in North Hollywood along with my siblings, where our “owner” had succumbed to......

  • I am a beautiful short-haired tortoiseshell.  I am approximately 10 years old and was quite feral when I was brought to Kitten Rescue.  As I am feline leukemia positive, a......

  • I am a six year old short hair, brown tabby. I was found in someone’s backyard years ago. I was initially adopted but returned two years later for unpredictable behavior......

Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see. —Mark Twain