Robin Olson's blog


Due to the THREE FEET of snow we got after the blizzard hit on February 8th, the Kitties for Kids Program had to be suspended.

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Although the weather has improved, sadly the conditions in our long driveway have not. We're plowed out but the sloping part of the driveway is an icy/slushy mess and the bottom is a mud pit. We're working on making improvements, but if we can't get out, no one else will be able to, either.

We will take your contact information if you wish to visit our kitties and we'll get back to you as soon as it's safe to visit. Thank you for your understanding!

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30 and Counting!

Our Kitties for Kids program is off to a GREAT START! 30 people have already come to meet our kitties and they're all leaving here with a smile on their face and a sweet cat plush toy in their arms.

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Thank you very much to all the people who have been sending us plush cat toys and food and toys for our foster cats via our WishList!

We had a rough Holiday Season and weren't able to send out our annual Holiday Card or do any fundraising. At times like these it makes all the difference to make sure donations keep coming in so we can continue to provide our lifesaving services not only to cats, but now we can also offer a chance to heal to the people of Newtown, CT.

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If you'd like to be part of our team and help us with a donation to our Kitties for Kids program or for our rescue programs simply click the Kitties for Kids icon on the right or visit our Donation Page.

Thank you and Happy New Year!