AJ's Best Friends has been a registered 501c3 since 2003. We rescue, rehome,
and rehabilitate purebred cats and purebred look-alikes from owners, vet offices,
breeders, kitten mills, pounds, humane societies, hoarders, collectors, finders,
otther rescues, and national disasters. Our rescue knows no boundaries or borders.
We rescue locally, nationally, and internationally. We educate our adoptors about the breed,
grooming, proper feeding, and carefully match the kitty's personality and needs to
that of the owner and the family. We DO NOT SHIP. All interested parties must
come to meet the cat in Phoenix, AZ and take the cat home.
KitsNKats Rescue offers cat for adoption at Petsmart on Wade Hampton
in Taylors, SC on Saturday between 11:30 am and 4:30 pm. We are
there every Saturday except the third Saturday of the month.
Our adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip, and 45 days of
health insurance coverage for the kitty. All kitties have been
treated for fleas, wormed, and are current on all vaccinations.
The Purebred Rescue and Relocation Society provides an
email list for cat
breeders and cat lovers who rescue purebreds, purebred "copycats",
and domestic cats. We rescue purebreds from various situations,
including shelters, to make more room there for feral & domestic
cats. This is a good list if you want to adopt a rescued purebred
cat, or if you are active in rescue. The list catchment area
includes the USA and Canada.
We are an all breed feline rescue. All of our kitties
are in loving foster homes. POG is comprised of a small group of private
individuals, committed to the lives of the kitties we save. All expenses
come out of our own pockets. Adoption fees are set to a limited amount and
are used to offset the cost of necessary medical and caring expenses of the
kitties in our care. The kitties are not in shelters, but live with love in
a foster home. See cats available
Cat Purebred Rescue (CPR) is a 501(c)3 non-profit
organization, which was founded in 1994. CPR is a
permanent committee of cat fanciers, affiliated with the
"Responsible Cat Fanciers of the Northwest", who seek to improve
the life conditions of pedigreed cats of all breeds recognized
by the various registries. CPR does this through
education, identification, rescue, and placement. The CPR
goal is to reduce the abandonment and surrender of pedigreed
cats to shelters.
RESCUERS: If you are are a Persian Rescuer and
want your rescue added to our listings, a message board for your rescue where
you can include photos to advertise available cats in your rescue, please