The core of what we do at the People for Pets Foundation is rescue, foster, care for, and adopt out cats and kittens. We do this to prevent them from dying on the streets or being euthanized at local county shelters. The cats and kittens are rescued from a variety of situations including neglect, abandonment, abuse and surrender. Most live in our volunteers’ homes and are fostered there until we can find permanent homes for them. Some cats who need special care, are elderly, or are unlikely to be adopted, live in the PFPF Cat Adoption Center/Sanctuary, affectionately called the Kitty Kottage.

We go above and beyond when it comes to the medical and emotional care of our rescues and sanctuary residents. We underwrite all special testing, provide good quality food and treats and use eco-friendly litter. Prior to adoption, every cat is vaccinated (rabies & distemper), spayed/neutered, tested for feline leukemia (FeLV) and FIV, de-wormed and treated for fleas and ear mites, if necessary.