Kittie Corral is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization located in Central Florida dedicated to saving and improving the lives of homeless cats by providing health care and placement in safe forever homes.
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.
We seek to place animals in a permanent home after recovery and we DO NOT euthanize unless terminal illness necessitates such a decision. All our cats are spayed or neutered, tested for Feline AIDS and Leukemia, de-wormed, de-flead, and vaccinated before they are adopted.
Kittie Corral seeks to reduce the cat overpopulation through active engagement in the community when possible. Kittie Corral assists cats who, because of extenuating circumstances, are unable to remain in their home with their owners to prevent a higher number of shelter intake and reduce the number of euthanasia’s, so we are committed to reducing the euthanasia of adoptable pets.
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.