We're Back!

Our power and internet services are back! We're very glad to have heat and so are our foster kittens. Thank you for your patience. We'll get back to answering emails and reviewing applications starting today.

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Please note that we're due for a Nor'Easter on Weds-Thurs and we fear we may lose power again. We'll do our best to stay in touch with any applicants and, of course, make sure our foster kitties get the care they need.

There are many displaced cats due to Hurricane Sandy's impact and many shelters and rescue groups, like ours, are in dire need of GOOD HOMES for our kittens to make room to help more cats in need. Adoptions have dropped off since the storm so if you want to help, ADOPT a cat or kitten!

Hurricane Sandy-Special Statement

 

Kitten Associates is currently without power with no idea of how long it will be before restoration efforts are completed in our area. There are rumors it may be 7-10 days.

Our phone service is not working well and we don't seem to be able to make any calls. E-mail is working, but not completely reliable at this time.

If you've sent us an application to adopt, please bear with us. If you've found a stray, injured cat or kitten and live ONLY in Newtown, CT, please contact Newtown Animal Care & Control at 203-426-6900. If you have questions about adopting one of our kittens or any other questions, please email us at info@kittenassociates.org.

Please be patient. We have no control over when our services will be up and running normally again

All our foster kittens are safe and well and we have food, for now. We have plans in place to acquire more cat food should our supplies run out from a local retailer who will open their doors just for us-even if the power is still out.

Thank you for your understanding. We hope to be back up and running and saving more lives soon.

 

Sincerely,

Robin Olson

President & Founder

Kitten Associates, Inc.

Winnie and her Family Join Us!

2012 has been unprecedented in the number of kittens being born. Every rescue is beyond capacity and we get calls every day from folks who need help. Winnie was one such kitty; a friendly pregnant cat who lived outdoors needed a safe place to give birth and care for her kittens. One look at her face and we knew we had to do something.

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©2012 Donna M. Winnie before giving birth, enjoying time in the garden.

The only reason we could offer assistance was because Winnie has a guardian angel named Donna who offered to foster Winnie and her family until they were ready to be adopted in early October. Donna's dedication to this family made it possible for us to say YES because we don't have any room in our sole foster home in Connecticut to take on any more.

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©2012 Robin A.F. Olson. Winnie and family.

Winnie gave birth to 5 kittens, 2 girls and 3 boys, on August 10th. So far everyone is doing well and we're making sure Winnie and her family have all the Vet care and support they need. We love knowing that another family is safe and off the streets, but we do wish everyone would spay or neuter their cats. There are too many to be helped and we don't want any more sad stories about the ones who didn't get help in time.

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©2012 Donna M. Baby girl.

Winnie's kittens will be available for adoption some time in October. We'll post updates on their progress and hopefully some videos of them once they start learning how to play.

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