Not ready to adopt just yet?
Sponsor a pet!
$10 - Thank you! Every bit helps!
$30 - buys misc. foster care supplies.
$100 - pays for medical care for an adult pet.
$200 - covers medical expenses for a sick pet.
$500 + provides surgery for a special needs pet.
To make a donation to our Foster/Adoption Program, click the "donate" button.
ADOPTION PROGRAM: 10 cat condos = 100's of lives saved!
The first phase of our new adoption/foster program is focused on helping our community kittens and cats. Right now, there are few rescues that help our feline friends when compared to dogs. As a result, many of our local shelters struggle to keep up with the demand in helping our community cats.
One of our immediate needs is 10 cat condos for our vet office program. Imagine the impact of just those first 10 condos! Hundreds upon hundreds of lives can be saved. We can do it together! Donate what you can to our $1,500 fundraising push in support of our community's cats and kittens!
TO MAIL A DONATION: No Kill Louisville, Cat Condo Program, P.O. Box 6655, Louisville, KY, 40206
The cats want to thank the following people for donating! Patrick, Claire, Christina, Jo Lea, Wendy, Laura, and Jessica!
The following animals are in our adoption program! Note: not all animals are immediately available for adoption, but you are welcome to submit an application to be pre-approved when the animal becomes available (usually after its spay / neuter surgery). We look forward to hearing from you!
Prince is a wonderful, high energy young boy that loves to play. He is about 1 year old, still a pup with lots of puppy personality. He's a little exuberant with other dogs so he's in training to learn doggie manners. His foster mom says he's doing GREAT and will make someone a wonderful pet. Prince weighs approximately 60 lbs and is housebroken and crate trained.
Prince is up to date on his vaccinations, neutered, microchipped and ready for his home. If you'd like to meet Prince, please e-mail us at email@example.com and we'll send you an adoption application. It doesn't obligate you to anything and is good for all our great animals. It's just the first step in meeting one of our adoptables.