Kittens are born every day of the year and many will enter our network of foster families. Our kittens are not available for adoption until they can be spayed or neutered, which is usually between 12 and 14 weeks of age. Kittens are a lifelong commitment and the decision to adopt a little one should be thoughtful and planned.
Reducing pet overpopulation is an important goal for Happy Strays Rescue. Too many pets and not enough homes result in the euthanasia of adoptable cats and dogs. The Humane Society of the United State estimates that 4 to 5 million pets are euthanized in our nation's shelters every year mainly due to overcrowding. Approximately seventy percent of these euthanized animals are cats. This tragedy could be eliminated if all of our pets were sterilized. Join the party. Advocate for spaying and neutering in your family and community.
Our nursery is a very busy "room" during the spring and summer seasons. Happy Strays has amazing volunteers who foster, care for, and bottle-feed our infant orphaned babies. Watch them grow, and by 12 to 14 weeks of age, they will be ready for a home of their own. These furr-babies get hungry, and we welcome donations of kitten milk replacement throughout the year.
Our organization requires a financial donation when adopting a cat or kitten. This donation partially covers the cost of caring for, vaccinating, spaying or neutering, and other medical attention.
We have invested time, care, and love in each of our rescue cats and want you and your new kitty to have a long and lasting relationship. Let's connect if you are ready to meet a cat who has an established personality and has endless entertainment and companionship possibilities. We have so many stories that we can share to help you discover the best fit for your household!
Our senior cats have surpassed their seventh birthday and beyond. Their personalities are predictable, appetites regulated, and they are mellow and the champions of power naps. They are often overlooked, and yet have so much affection and joy to to share with a new individual, couple, or family.
Cats and kittens arrive at our rescue with all sorts of ailments from upper respiratory illnesses and colds to broken bones and severe eye infections. Medical expenses can escalate quickly, and then one day after much TLC and treatment, these special cats let us know that they have rested, recovered and are ready to resume life again in a new home. Ask our volunteers about our special cats. Their stories are certain to tug at your heart.
Making a difference in the lives of cats and kittens that need us most.
Happy Strays Rescue