Kitty Committee

Rating: 5 stars   3 reviews


P.O. Box 750793 Petaluma CA 94975 USA


Kitty Committee is dedicated to helping cats in need.

Geographic areas served:

Western Sonoma County, California

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Rating: 5 stars  

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Kitty Committee is an all volunteer organization that improves the lives of hundreds of homeless cats each year. They assist park rangers who find orphaned kittens on ocean beaches by providing foster care, veterinary services and loving homes. They help cat caregivers who lack the funds to provide food or medical care to their colonies. They provide training and equipment to enable local cat lovers to provide the best possible care to feral colonies in their own neighborhoods. They provide support to a local rescue center for FIV- positive cats. The Committee educates school children and the general public on the prevention of cat overpopulation and management of existing colonies.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

reducing cat overpopulation in my county. I've seen formerly feral kitties adopted out to loving homes. I've seen many cats receive veterinary services that enable to live longer and healthier lives.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

The complete dedication of its director, board and volunteers in improving the lives of the less fortunate creatures that live here. Every penny that is donated goes directly to supporting the cats.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

warm, loving and committed to making a difference in our community. They share their passion with others through education outreach, responding to advice requests, and direct financial assistance when necessary.

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