The Cat House on the Kings – the largest no-kill, no-cage cat sanctuary in California, home to over 700+ cats and kittens on a 12-acre property in Parlier, California. It is a nonprofit corporation, which receives no government or public funding, and relies entirely on donations from the public to carry out its mission.
Unfortunately the road to adoption for a kitten is often a long and strenuous one. Each spring jump starts “kitten season,” meaning in our community large numbers of unwanted kittens are regularly dumped in nearby orchards, abandoned in trash cans, or left on the streets to fend for themselves against cars, coyotes, and starvation. Every year the Cat House on the Kings steps up to take in not only healthy kittens, but hundreds of sick and injured kittens as well. In 2014 the sanctuary took in 1,030 homeless kittens.
The photos you see here are just a few of the hundreds of kittens the Cat House will put up for adoption this year (to date they have placed over 24,000 cats and 7,000 dogs in new homes). Not only does the Cat House feed, treat, and care for these kittens, they offer a low cost spay and neuter clinic to the local community to help control Fresno County’s ever growing stray pet population (so far they have helped fix over 40,000 animals).
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