COVID-19: Adoption Center Update 3/21/2020:
Kindred Kitties is working diligently to be socially responsible and protect the public, our volunteers, and our cats during this unprecedented time. As we follow the state and federal level recommendations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to update you on what is happening at Kindred Kitties during this time.
Our Adoption Center is Closed Until Further Notice!
Our cats are being well taken care of and we are committed to doing everything we can do to help “flatten the curve.”
Volunteers / Visitors
Our volunteer program is currently on hold. There will be no drop-in volunteering and the community service program has been suspended. As we attempt to reduce foot traffic in our adoption center, only those individuals who have been specifically scheduled (and who are not sick or exposed to someone who is sick) will be allowed in the Adoption Center.
Adoptions / Surrenders
Please email all questions to email@example.com or leave a message on our voicemail at 262/605-0533.
During these challenging times, we appreciate as much support as you can give us. That said, in order to reduce face-to-face interactions and reduce the risk of community spread, we are currently unable to accept in-person donations of supplies at our adoption center until further notice. Please consider an online monetary donation (www.kindredkitties.org) so that we can address our most critical needs as they arise.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are still reviewing applications received for our adoptable cats, and as things evolve in the community, we are determining the best and safest way to facilitate adoptions of our cats.
Kindred Kitties is a non-profit, no-kill rescue organization aimed at proactively addressing the plight of homeless cats. We are an all-volunteer organization dedicated to finding loving, permanent homes for cats and kittens, promoting responsible pet ownership, and participating in community events to advocate for cats and educate the general public.