This Old Cathouse
As a certified rescue organization, we're able to take in kittens that would otherwise be euthanized at overcrowded shelters. We call this arm of our organization "This Old Cathouse." Some of our kittens will be adopted by refugee families, but our top priority is to get them placed as quickly as possible into loving homes of all types. Although we can recoup the costs of vaccinations and spay/neuter procedures through adoption fees, we count on donations to subsidize our food, litter, supplies and veterinary services. You can help us save lives and spread the joy of kittenhood to future cat owners by sponsoring one of these little fur babies via the "Donate" button. If you live in Upstate New York and would like to adopt one of our kittens, you can email us to find out more about when a specific kitten will be available.
I’ve always had a soft spot for Torties. The first kitten I was able to tame on my family farm was a Tortie who looked a lot like this girl. Carol has trapped her, and once she’s been vetted, we’ll be trying to tame her. My farm kitten didn’t live long, but I’m hoping I’ll be able to give this one a better life. Meet Masha. She’s an absolute sweetheart. Thank you, Carol's Ferals, for trapping her and having her spayed and vaccinated. She’s got a little cold, but otherwise appears to be healthy— and lovable.
Dom. Short hair