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We are a 501(c)3 non-profit and do not receive any state nor federal funding, so we operate solely on donations. Donations to Moby Kit Rescue are tax deductible and donation receipts can be provided upon request. Your generous contribution helps us pay for medical supplies, veterinary care, food, litter, traps, and other supplies. As an all-volunteer, foster-based rescue, we are not paid any salaries, so every dollar goes directly to the cats and kittens in our care.  

Feeding Newborn Kitten

Donate Money

Many kittens and cats are critically ill and/or injured when they come to us and require round-the-clock medical care and bottle-feeding, or emergency veterinary care. Monetary donations can help us afford surprise medical bills and expensive medication.

Cat Peeping at Food Bowl

Food & Litter

We generally have 20-40 cats and kittens in foster care at any given moment, which means we go through food and litter very quickly. Help us continue keeping our cats and kittens fed and happy.

Having a Bath

Medical Supplies

Majority of our cats were born outdoors, and come to us infested with fleas, ticks and worms. Help keep our cats comfy and clean by donating supplies like Advantage II flea & tick prevention,  and probiotics.

Sponsor a Cat's Adoption Fee

If you cannot commit to adopting a cat, consider sponsoring all of part of the adoption fee of one of our harder-to-adopt cats. This includes cats that are shy or have chronic medical issues that cause them to be overlooked by adopters. As a non-profit rescue, we rely on the adoption fees to cover our medical bills and cannot afford to waive fees for harder-to-adopt cats. However this has proven to improve a cat's chance at getting adopted.

Who does your donation benefit?

Nadia was shot with a BB gun and suffered a mid-shaft fracture, which required amputation.

Today Nadia is a happy and healthy tripod enjoying life with her adoptive dad.

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