The kittens at Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue, Inc., wish to thank everyone who contributed to our recent fund-raising efforts. All money donated to Tiny Paws goes for food, medical care and housing for the kittens.

We also want to thank the volunteers who give their time to help with the kittens. Without your assistance, we could not carry out our mission.

A special thank you goes to Dr. Casey Fussell and Dr. Erin Carley for their dedication in caring for the kittens’ many medical needs.

Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue, Inc., was established in 2004 to address the crisis of unsterilized cats breeding unwanted litters in Stillwater. Since opening our doors, we have rescued 224 kittens (and 19 puppies.)

Currently, there are more than 70 kittens residing at the Rescue.

Most of the kittens come to us as orphaned babies who require intensive care to survive. Here they are given the care and love they need. When they are old enough to be adopted, we find them caring homes.

The kittens who reside here are the lucky ones. Every year hundreds of homeless kittens in the Stillwater area never reach adulthood. Born into an indifferent world, they suffer from disease, starvation, or worse.

We are committed to taking care of all the homeless kittens who come to us. Because we see the tragic results of indiscriminate breeding, we are also strongly committed to a spay/neuter policy for pets.

We appreciate everyone who has made a contribution to Tiny Paws. Your generosity makes all the difference to Stillwater’s homeless kittens.

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