Cat care tips and resources
We understand that these are trying times and while Kitten Rescue is dedicated to helping as many cats and kittens as we can, we can not always immediately take surrenders. Here is a list of other shelters near Mason County. Please do Google shelters further out though to see if they can be of assistance.
Humane Society of Mason County 360-275-9310
Feline Friends 360-866-0599
Animal Services Olympia 360-352-2510
Concern For Animals 360-456-8176
Choosing your new cat or kitten:
Choosing your new cat or kitten is an exciting time! The linked article addresses these questions: click HERE
Make sure you home is ready for your new arrival.
Have a room set up for the newest feline family member. This room should have a litter box, scratching post, toys, feeding station, and places to hide. Even though you know you’re providing a wonderful new home for the cat, it may take time for the newcomer to get familiar. Coming from the shelter environment to a totally unfamiliar place can be overwhelming. Provide one room so the cat can get comfortable with the new smells, sights and sounds. Don’t ask your new cat to get to know an entire new home or apartment, or other pets, all at once.
Are you introducing your new cat or kitten to other pets at home? Take a look at this article on tips for successful introductions.
Keeping your cat healthy and happy. Here are some things to keep in mind: