We are a 501(3)(c) non profit sanctuary. We specialize in cats that are deemed difficult or impossible to adopt, those with special needs, chronic health issues, or ones that have behavioral issues. We take in the cats (and other small animals) no one else wants and give them a forever home where they are safe and loved. We also rescue sick or orphaned kittens and get them adopted, as well as conduct TNR (trap neuter return) in Fulton County, Ohio. We currently have 40 full-time residents as well as 3 cats available for adoption.
Are you taking in cats or kittens?
We are currently on an intake hold and are not taking in any new cats or kittens. If you've found an orphan kitten, we are available to offer tips and suggestions and answer questions to help you care for the kitty. We just physically can't take it in. The best way to contact us is via Facebook or email.
We also have resources available on our education website that offer information on bottle feeding, how to tell the age of a kitten, and more.
Thank you for helping us save the most vulnerable cats and kittens. We receive no federal, state or local tax dollars, so we greatly appreciate any and all donations to assist with our sanctuary cats and other small animals and to help sick and orphan kittens in Fulton County.
Our sanctuary offers a full-time home for cats with special needs, chronic health issues, and behavioral issues.
Piper has CH (cerebellar hypoplasia), a congenital condition that affects the cerebellum of cats and kittens, which is the area of the brain that controls fine motor movement, balance, and coordination. Piper can walk but struggles with using a litterbox, although she tries her best. She also falls over a lot and doesn't always end up where she intends to when walking around the house.
Willow is a three-legged cat who came to us with diabetes. She had to receive insulin shots twice a day. We worked with our veterinarian on a special high-protein, low carb diet of wet food only. After a few weeks she went into remission and no longer needs shots! She has to eat separate from other cats and can have no dry food at all or she may relapse. So far this diet has worked and she is still in remission. She's a cranky lady who is slowly learning to accept and even show affection to the other cats. We love her and her spirit so much.
Addie and Tucker are a bonded pair of siblings found wandering in a park at under 5 weeks old. They have chronic upper respiratory infections. Addie was found with her eyes matted shut from infection. She can see now, but she has chronic watery eyes. As kittens they were passed over for adoption for months until we decided to keep them at our sanctuary.