Saving Sweet Annie

Annie may be one of the sweetest, cutest kittens we've ever rescued, but now she needs your help. Two months ago Annie had to have emergency surgery to repair an intussusception, which is a life-threatening blockage of the intestinal tract. Annie did really well post-surgery and we thought all we had to do was focus on finding her, and her brother, Andy, their forever home.

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But something wasn't quite right with Annie. She was low energy, though she ate well and didn't show any outward signs of illness. Just to be sure, we took Annie to the Vet to find out she is both anemic and has high white blood cells, which means there is some sort of infectious process going on.

Annie requires a lot more vet care and most urgently, an ultrasound of her abdomen to find out if this problem is related to her surgery or something entirely different.

 

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Regardless of what it is, we are committed to making sure Annie gets the care she needs, but we can't do that without YOU. We are 100% Volunteer organization and run entirely by donations from people like you.

 

 

Please consider making a gift to help our little calico by using the "DONATE TODAY" button to the right side of the page. Your gift will do directly to Annie's Fund and anything over our urgent need will be set aside for anything else she or her foster kittens buddies might need.

 

You can also share your love using these quick links:

To donate $5: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/5

To donate $10: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/10

To donate $25: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/25

To donate whatever you wish: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/

Our goal is to raise $1500 by Thursday, Dec 15th. Every dollar counts and if you can't provide a donation, please consider sharing Annie's story. That helps, too.

To mail a check, make it out to: Kitten Associates, P.O. Box 354, Newtown, CT 06470-0354

Your gift is tax deductible. Kitten Associates is a 501c3 non-profit. Our EIN Tax ID is 27-3597692. Thank you for helping Annie!

If you have any questions about Annie or any of our foster cats and kittens, just contact us at info@kittenassociates.org

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#GivingTuesday • Help Us Stay Afloat!

Join us as we celebrate the global phenomenon that brings people together to support their favorite charities. It's called #GivingTuesday and TODAY IS THE DAY!

 

Help us stay afloat with a tax deductible gift so we can continue our life-saving efforts. To date, we've saved over 400 cats and kittens and ensured our foster kitties get the best homes possible. We never get a day off, but we love what we do. The problem is we can't keep our doors open if we don't have funds to provide food, vet care, and more to our foster cats.

 

Join us with a donation. Just click the DONATE TODAY button to the right or use one of this quick links:

To donate $5: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/5

To donate $10: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/10

To donate $25: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/25

To donate whatever you wish: https://www.paypal.me/kittenassociates/

To mail a check, make it out to: Kitten Associates, P.O. Box 354, Newtown, CT 06470-0354

Rather keep our cats fed? We are in DIRE need of cat food (again!) Pop over to our wishlist (or use the button on the right) and choose anything you like. We love cat food!

Thank you for being part of our rescue family!

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Now We Are Six

When we opened Kitten Associates in 2010, we had no idea that one day we'd be able to say that our little rescue has helped save over 400 lives, most of them, the most fragile of all-kittens.

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We haven't had a day off, taken a vacation or had a quiet home since. It's a lot of work to keep the doors open and to keep bellies full, but somehow with the grace, compassion and love of our many supporters, it all comes together.

 

Helping people is also a big part of what we do. We've recently opened our Cat Behavior Counseling service to help keep cats with behavior issues from losing their homes. Through our certified Counselor, we can provide answers to those tough questions of why our cats do what they do (especially when they do "it" on the rug instead of in the litter pan). It's a free service and if you need help you can contact us at info@kittenassociates.org

 

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©2016 Robin AF Olson. Mr Peabody, Slinky and his sister, Beanie were in a kill shelter, but today they love life in the safety of their foster home at K.A.

We also aid other rescues or people who have fallen on hard times provide for their cat's care. While our resources are limited, we always do our best to find a solution, including getting help for 22 unsprayed cats in one home.

This year we expanded our foster home network so we can do more. Our hope is that one day soon to be able to make over our very worn down foster room. We want to turn it into an enriched environment that's easier to maintain and can hold more kittens, safely. We hope you'll stay tuned for more news about our foster room makeover and take part in making our next dream come true. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER (to the right) so you don't miss a thing!

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©2016 Robin AF Olson. Emma, just 3 years old, learns how to be gentle with foster kitten, Mr Peabody.

 

To our foster families, our volunteers, our adopters, and donors: THANK YOU for being part of our life-saving team. What we do is truly a team effort and for that we are most grateful.

 

To our next 400 rescues...we're coming for you!

Robin AF Olson, President & Founder, Kitten Associates

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