We believe that every life is special. Our rescue takes in cats and kittens that are homeless or in high kill shelters within North Carolina. Every cat is placed in foster care where we spend time evaluating their personality and temperament so that we can place each one into the best forever home possible based on their individual needs and the needs of their new family. Cats and kittens needing medical care are promptly treated and every animal in our rescue is spayed or neutered in order to break the cycle of overpopulation.
Natasha, rescued from the Anson County shelter in August 2017
Where our Cats & Kittens Come From
Clementine, rescued from the Anson County shelter in August 2017
Oscar, bottle baby rescued from a trash can in summer 2019
We are one of the few rescues in the area with trained bottle baby volunteers on standby. During kitten season, we primarily focus on orphaned singleton kittens from rural shelters and area within North and upstate South Carolina including Chesterfield, Lancaster, Cabarrus, and Union county. We also pull adult cats during kitten season as space allows. In the winter, we try to save as many adults as possible.
Bear, rescued from the Chesterfield County shelter in summer 2019
Ruby, rescued from the Chesterfield County shelter in summer 2019
Colby, rescued off the streets in winter 2019
Lucy Liu with babies Chi, Ming, and Shishi, rescued off the streets July 2018.