KRAZY FOR KATS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO RESCUE

At this time we are not taking in pets or senior cats requiring daily medical care.


If you have decided to give up your own pet and you're wondering if Krazy for Kats can take in your cat.  Please understand that we are a VERY SMALL rescue and adoption group and the work we do consists of saving stray and feral cats/kittens living on the streets. We are limited to 20 cats/kittens at one time.


We receive quite a few calls each day from people needing to "re-home" their pet. While we would love to help everyone in the community, please understand that if we take it your current pet, which already has a home, that means there is one less space at the Kat House for the abandoned kitties on the streets. Having a pet is a lifetime responsibility. Please be kind to your personal pets and senior animals!




3 OPTIONS TO RE-HOME YOUR PET 


1) We can network your information to rescue groups in the LA area for assistance. 


While we cannot guarantee that your cat will be accepted, we can post your information for rescues to contact you. Please email us your name, phone and city your live in and a detail description of why you cannot keep your pet to michele@krazyforkats.com.


Include your pet's age and description, personality and medical history. Attach 2 close up photos of the head and body of your cat. Please only submit good quality photos. Your email will be sent out that day.


2) We may be able to accept your cat for a re-homing fee of $500-1000 per cat and must be less than 5 years old.  WE DO NOT TAKE IN PETS FOR FREE!


KFK strictly runs on donations and can only continue efforts in rescue when funds are available. Proof of age and past veterinary medical records are required and the cat must be up to date on treatments and have recently been tested for Felv/FIV.  Please donate generously as adult pets may not get adopted quickly and we will be responsible for their long term care. While we cannot guarantee will be able to take in your pet, we will accept applications for review and see what we can do. If we are full to capacity. We will not take in any cats until further notice.


3) We can post your pet on the KFK website for adopters to contact you directly. We charge $100/cat for this service.


You must be willing to list your name, phone # and city your live in and charge a re-homing fee that is comparable with our adoption fees.  the cat(s) will remain in your home and you will hold the interviews for adopters.  All cats must have current medical work done such as spay/neuter, shots and testing for felv/fiv with vet records of such treatments.  We will not post cats over 8 years old or those with medical issues or at the end stage of their life. KFK is not responsible for adoptions or correspondence.


You may want to contact the National Rescue Group called the AMANDA FOUNDATION for re-homing your own pet. Go to Rehome Gallery to list your pet for FREE on their website: www.amandafoundation.org



Here are websites of apartment rentals who will allow pets!  

 

www.peoplewithpets.com


www.petswelcome.com


www.mynewplace.com/ep/pet-friendly-apartments


www.homewithpets.com



You're moving and can't find a place that accepts pets: 




You can't pay your vet bills.



"Angels4Animals, a non-profit organization and a program of Inner Voice Community Services, has a mission to serve as the guardian angel of animals whose caretakers find themselves in difficult financial situations. At Angels4Animals we believe that animal owners should not have to say goodbye to the animals that they love. Our work is accomplished in conjunction with veterinary clinics across the country, eager to assist as many animals, and their owners, as possible. Our services range from financial aid to complete treatment to those pets and pet owners in need."

 

PET MEDICAL FUNDING FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES:


Pet Orphans Fund

www.petorphansfund.org


Sam Simon Foundation

www.sansimonfoundation.org


Actors and Others

www.actorsandothers.org


Lange Foundation

www.langefoundation.org


I.M.O.M.

www.imom.org