We are a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome abandoned and homeless pets. Although our rescue group is located in Amherst, Massachusetts, we also help prospective pet parents throughout the country find their perfect pets from our extensive network of animal rescue groups.
Foster Me Kittens is our- the online platform created specifically match orphaned kittens with the people who are able and willing to care for them. Foster Me is an easy, safe and organized way for foster pet parents and rescues to network. Finders of orphaned kittens can post the kittens on the website where waiting foster families will be notified.
We know that orphaned kittens need immediate help, but we also know that if they are surrendered to a shelter, they are more susceptible to deadly kitten diseases such as FIP and possible euthanasia. Our mission is to connect the finders of kittens with available foster families so the kittens never even enter the shelter.
The inspiration for Kitten Connect was one of our foster kittens Little Bear. Little Bear was only 5 months old when he lost his battle with FIP.
After learning how the coronavirus can mutate from the stress of a shelter environment, we began to look for a way to keep kittens like Little Bear and his siblings out of the shelters, by getting them into the loving arms of foster parents as soon as possible. Kitten Connect is dedicated to our fur-angel Little Bear.
With your support, we can help these little felines receive the love and care they need until they’re old enough to be spayed or neutered and put up for adoption.
Every dollar counts, and even if you’re unable to donate at this time, please share this project with your family and friends to help get the word out on our cause.
From everyone here - especially the tiny furry ones - at Joyful Pets Animal Rescue, thank you in advance for your support.
Disclaimer: I am not a veterinarian. The kitten and pet care information on this site is only here to give you a starting place to do your own research so you can make an informed decision, should it ever become necessary. For help from a licenced veterinarian, please click the button below.