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Itty Bitty Kitty, Inc. Overview
We are dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, stray and unwanted cats or kittens. We are a small but dedicated group of volunteers with over 10 years combined experience, looking to put an end to the stray cat population. We provide safe and secure foster homes for abused, homeless and sometimes unwanted cats and kittens until they find their forever home. We are dedicated to finding that "Purrfect Match" everytime. In addition to helping find homes for the stray cats and kittens, we are also dedicated to helping our community by educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering. We not only educate the community, but also help many individuals by assisting with the spaying or neutering of feral cat colonies throughout the Lehigh Valley and beyond. Our goal is to eliminate the feral cat colonies through the region by offering low cost spay-neuter clinics. Our philosophy is being kind to animals helps build a better world for everyone. Through the generous support and donations from individuals within the community, we can ensure that any cat or kitten that comes into our care will receive the best of care and never have to worry about being alone, hungry, sick or in danger again.
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Last year I decided I want to volunteer for a local shelter and I ended up choosing Itty Kitty Bitty because of the great job they do. It is a all volunteer organization and everyone involved is passionate about the cats and work hard to find them good homes. Two weeks ago I adopted a kitten from ...
I came to Itty Bitty Kitty because of one special cat, I wanted a cat to match my personality. I was browsing the local "pet adoption" website and instantly fell head over heels for this one cat, "big dude". I immediately filled out an adoption questionnaire, and I got a call back that same night! ...
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I have adopted from Itty Bitty Kitty twice in the last five years. The first time I adopted, a volunteer contacted my veterinarian for a reference, required proof that both cats that were already living in my home had been tested for FeLV, and visited my home to conduct the actual adoption, ...
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