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About Us

Kittie Corral is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of homeless cats by providing health care and placement in safe forever homes.

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Why we do what we do

Kittie Corral is dedicated to rescuing and saving the lives of sick, injured, and stray cats who have been abused, left homeless, or neglected.  Kittie Corral will also spay or neuter, vaccinate, and provide necessary medical treatment, and find loving, adoptive, safe homes for these stray and neglected cats.

 

Our Adoptable Kitties

IAN AND LOLITA

Bonded siblings that are 5 months young! Imagine being a tiny kitten, and the first few months of your life all you know is  living under a home; cold, wet when it rains, hungry if your mom is out hunting. You don’t know it yet, but a few kind humans will find you and...

Freya and Scarlet

Bonded Sisters! Born March 21st, 2022!Freya and Scarlet are bonded sisters from the same litter and MUST be adopted TOGETHER! Freya is a Mackerel Tabby with big eyes and Scarlet is all black with green eyes. Both are incredibly tiny for being 7 months young. The...

Georgia and Princess

Georgia and princess Born on April 17, 2022 Very loving kittens!Both girls are Mackerel Tabbies, however, Princess is mostly orange with stripes while Georgia has a lot of white with brown and black stripes. These sisters from the same litter were rescued and bottle...

Dakota

DAKOTA Born on April 3, 2017 Dakota is a real sweet boy!Dakota, the Gray and White Tuxedo, is just a little love muffin (on his terms)!   He's very skittish but will cuddle in your lap and turn on his purr motor while you pet him when he wants love and attention.  You...

Did you know

  • While an unsterilized cat and her kittens can generate over 20,000 offspring in four years, millions of animals are euthanized in this country each year.  Simply breaking the chains of uncontrolled reproduction can stop this.
  • Around 2.7 million adoptable pets are euthanized each year in the United States simply because they do not have homes. These high numbers are the result of unplanned litters that could have been prevented by spaying or neutering.
  • Spaying and neutering can reduce the incidence of some of the most common types of cancers, making it likelier for animals to live a longer and healthier life.
  • Many states and counties have established low-cost spay/neuter programs that make surgery easily affordable and accessible.
  • The cost of spaying and neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising kittens for one year.
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