Dedicated to Saving Lives
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” --Gandhi
Save A Kitty, Inc.
A 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Charity
One female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats in 7 years.
Each year, approximately 4 million pets are put to sleep in U.S. shelters
because of over-population.
70-million feral/stray cats live on the streets in the U.S. 7 out of 10 cats taken into shelters are destroyed due to lack of resources and over-crowding.
Or send your check to:
Save A Kitty, Inc.
16654 Soledad Canyon Rd, #242
Canyon Country, CA 91387
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK AND ACKNOWLEDGE THE ASPCA FOR THEIR SUPPORT.
PLEASE JOIN US IN SUPPORTING THEM AND THE AMAZING WORK THEY DO.
Many thanks to VeggieGrill for hosting the Save A Kitty event on Wednesday, May 8th. We had an amazing time and want to thank all of our friends and supports who came to the event as well as the amazing people who were unable to attend but still sent in genersous donations. It is only with your continued help and generosity that we are able to continue or work and mission of helping these abused and forgotten creatures.
We’d like to send out very special thanks to our Vets. They have helped us beyond belief. In addition to giving us amazing rescue discounts for outstanding medical care, they have fostered numerous kittens for us until they could be placed in wonderful forever home. Thanks to all the staff at
All Creatures Veterinary Center in Santa Clarita and
Canyon Country Veterinary Hospital.
You are the BEST!
FEATURED CATS OF THE MONTH
We bailed Faith out of the Lancaster Shelter. Unfortunately, she tested positive for FIV and subsequently came down with a very bad upper respiratory infection and was hosptialized for several days until her new Foster, Linda, took her home. She is doing amazing now and has been spayed. We re-tested her for FIV and, again, she tested positive. However, as we all know, FIV is not a death sentence and like HIV is not transmitted to other cats casually. She is a very loving and affectionate 3-year-old snowshoe. While she did test positive for FIV, she tested negative for FELV. FIV positive cats can live long, healthy lives and are not a threat to non-FIV positive kitties, as long as they are not aggressive and are not breeding. She is looking for a forever home with a family who wants a beautiful and loving kitty.
Gilby is a big beautiful boy who was categorized as "feral" by the Lancaster staff and consequently could not be seen by the general public. We bailed him out, took him to the vet, where he tested negative for FIV/FELV . He did have a mild upper respiratory infection, which was treated with antibiotics as well as lots of TLC in his new foster home. As he was so badly matted, we had him groomed and he is now feeling and looking like a million dollars. Obviously, he is NOT feral and now needs a wonderful, loving forever home. He is a very mellow kitty that loves everything and everybody. He gets along with all humans, cats, and dogs. Please consider giving this beautiful big boy a wonderful forever home.