Any black, grey, black and white, or grey and white cat or kitten has a reduced adoption fee of $50 during the month of February. Show them some love – adopt!
Our Stray Haven cats rescued us in February and March of 2015. Fabian and Finn had not been treated well prior to coming to Stray Haven, and once they were surrendered by the former owners, they had to have treatment to become healthy. Fabian was just plain neglected, and Finn actually had to have life saving […]
We are pleased to announce that we have acquired the adoption center space at the Petco on Telegraph. We are in need of volunteers to come in once a day to clean the cages and feed and play with the cats. If you are interested, please fill out our online volunteer application here. […]
2015 has been a great year at Stray Haven Rescue. We have enlisted more foster parents and saved more cats than ever before, and we have placed 313 cats (and counting) in loving homes this year. Click here to read about Elf and Amore, two of our amazing rescue stories from this past year. As […]
Have you ever seen such a contented, smiling face (or a kitty who prefers to sleep on their back as much as I do)? My name is Olivia, and I am a happy, happy girl and love my new forever home and mommy soooo much! I didn’t have a happy home in the past, sad […]
We have several cats that are just wonderful with humans, but who strongly prefer to be the only cat in the household. They are part of our brand new Only Hearts Club. If you don’t have any other kitties, please consider one of these wonderful feline companions. They all adore people, and some are even […]
Show your support with a Stray Haven t-shirt! Email email@example.com if you would like to purchase a teal shirt for $15 (sizes S-XL available). If you would like to order a grey or white t-shirt in regular or extended sizes, click here.
Lydia is what we call a foster fail (when a foster parent chooses to keep a foster kitty). Lydia was adopted out and returned twice before our Director of Marketing and Media Communications (Shannon) came on board with the organization. When Shannon heard that this kitty was prone to struvite crystals, she offered to foster […]
In a word, NO. Declawing is a barbaric procedure in which the cat’s toes are amputated at the first knuckle. Declawing can lead to a host of issues, including ongoing pain, the development of arthritis, litter box avoidance, and biting. Read more: Declawing Alternatives Declawing Cats – World Animal Foundation Think Twice Before You Declaw […]