Our Needs

Please help all the kittens and cats, and on occasion puppies and dogs.  The most important everyday needs for the kittens and cats will include food (both wet and dry), lots of litter, toys and beds.  Please help in any way you can.  Gift cards to Costco Wholesale Club, Chewy, and Amazon, or gas cards are greatly appreciated.

We are registered with Chewy.  Click on the link to see the items we are in need of


Thank you!

Help save lives!

Cats available for Sponsorship

Would you like to help a special kittie but can’t provide a home?

How about a sponsorship?

Kittie Corral has kitties with special medical needs that require life-long medical care.  You can help take care of them with a donation, and a sponsorship will let you choose the special kittie that has tugged at your heart.

Kittie Corral DOES NOT euthanize healthy animals.  Every effort is made to do whatever it takes to bring these kitties to an adoptable state, however, when this is not possible, Kittie Corral does everything possible to ensure the cat’s survival.


This precious loving baby is “Toby.”  He also endured much testing and was nearly lost until it was confirmed that Toby has Addison’s Disease, which is an Adrenal Gland Disorder.  Addison’s Disease is caused when the adrenal glands fail to produce two hormones that are critical to the healthy functioning of the body, and an abnormal increase or decrease of either of these hormones can lead to serious health problems if not addressed in time.  In this case, we nearly lost Toby.  He was also recently diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and Congestive Heart Failure and can no longer be adopted.


This sweet Maine Coon boy has many medical issues including an enlarged liver and cancer.  He is no longer available for adoption.  We do all we can to ensure this baby is cared for until the very end.

Freya and Scarlet

Freya and Scarlet are sisters from the same litter and have very severe gastrointestinal issues since birth.  If they are not provided prescription food, the vomiting becomes so severe that it is literally just blood.  Therefore, neither can be adopted.


Cody came to us as a 6 week young kitten and is the brother of Toby shown above.  Since birth, Cody experienced severe Urinary Tract infections at least 4 times per year for 3 years.  With extensive testing, Cody was diagnosed with Lower Bladder Disease and must remain on prescription foods for the remainder of his life and can not be adopted.


Midnight came to us as a temporary foster and ended up being a permanent rescue when the owner learned she had multiple illnesses that include 3 different autoimmune diseases.  These diseases caused her to have multiple ulcers in the roof of her mouth, in which case, she has had several surgeries.  In doing this, there is now nothing else that can be done so she is now on medication for the remainder of her life and can not be adopted.


Ghost and Artemis

Ghost, an 8 year young Siberian Husky and Artemis, a 10 year young Alaskan Husky, came to us abused and neglected.  Recently, Ghost was diagnosed with Kidney Failure and Bladder issues.  Artemis required extensive oral surgery, leaving her with only 4 teeth left.  She was also diagnosed with incontinence issues.  These two are an extremely bonded pair and can never be separated.  With the medical diagnoses they are both experiencing, they are no longer adoptable.

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