Kitten Rescue of Mason County
For our February Partner Spotlight, we would like to feature the dedicated crew behind the Kitten Rescue of Mason County. Our transport vehicle has shuttled hundreds of cats and kittens back and forth to the clinic for spay/neuter/vaccines over the years, and this rescue organization has tirelessly supported and advocated for our work the entire time.
Kitten Rescue of Mason County is dedicated to placing abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens with safe, loving indoor only homes. Hundreds of kittens are veterinarian-tested, immunized, and altered each year. Kitten Rescue of Mason County is registered as a non-profit charity and, like Northwest Spay and Neuter Center, donations are considered tax-deductible under IRS regulations and are the lifeblood of the work of the organization. Kitten Rescue of Mason County was started in 1999 at a time when there were no options for abandoned cats and kittens in Mason County. This is still the only shelter in Mason County for cats and kittens. More than 600 cats and kittens are placed in loving homes each year. Kitten Rescue of Mason County also has assistance for the community, specifically for low-income individuals to help with spay/neuter and trap, neuter, release programs.
Northwest Spay and Neuter Center could not make a dent in overpopulation if it weren’t for the dedication and commitment of organizations like the Kitten Rescue of Mason County.