Kitty Care

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Who We Are

Kitty Care is a small no-kill group dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of homeless and feral cats.

We also strive to find the best permanent, loving home match for adoptable rescued cats in our care. Those who are not adoptable will be safe and sound to live out their lives with care and love. Kitty Care's few volunteers have regular day jobs and volunteer their precious time off to help homeless cats. Every cat in our care was rescued from years of living on the harsh streets trying to fend for itself, after being abandoned or lost.

Kitty Care is an advocate of TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), the humane solution to controlling feral and stray cat populations. Visit the Alley Cat Allies website for complete information about TNR.

Due to extremely limited space and monetary resources, we cannot take in surrendered animals; please contact other no-kill rescue groups and no-kill shelters for assistance (there are lists on the Internet and on Petfinder, or we can provide one). Even better, please do all that you can to find a way to keep your companion animal - there are many resources on the Internet on this subject that are helpful; such as offering a pet security deposit and a pet veterinary reference letter for those who are looking to rent with pets.

Finding a Feline Friend

All placement inquiries are carefully screened to find the best possible match for both the cat/s and the potential adoptor. Matching the overall home environment with the needs and personality of the cats are of the utmost importance. The goal is to ensure the cats have finally found their forever homes and that all - humans and felines alike - will be happy in their new lives together. Email, phone calls and personal visits may all be used in this process. A veterinary reference is required. Kitty Care's rescued cats would do best in quiet homes where there is not a lot of bustling activity. Becoming a cherished member of the family, or cherished companion to someone living alone is, we believe, the dream of every rescued kitty.

If you are interested in inquiring about one of the kitties you see listed, please email

Animal Friendly News

Massachusetts now offers specialty license plates that help to end the tragedy of pet overpopulation by funding programs that provide services such as spaying and neutering to homeless Massachusetts cats and dogs. Learn more about these plates!

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