We are a no-kill foster-based rescue located in Southern California. Our mission is to reduce the number of abandoned and euthanized cats and kittens in Orange, San Diego and Imperial Counties.
We foster all of our cats and kittens in the homes of volunteer foster parents. We know all about our cats’ personalities and can help you find the perfect cat or kitten to join your family.
Participate in our first ever calendar contest! Enter your kitties and vote for your favorites while supporting our rescue’s efforts.
Can you help Professor Charles Xavier? He’s an adorable kitten who’s had a rough start in life and needs surgery. Read more about him and what you can do to help.
We are always in need of donations and volunteers to help support our rescue work. All donations go directly to our services and costs; we have no paid staff. Donations also help us to pull cats and kittens out of high-kill shelters in time to save them, and to remove cats from other dangerous situations.
Kitten season has arrived! Support our kitten season fundraiser! We need your help to save as many cats and kittens as possible. Available in both women’s and men’s styles in black, purple and gray, the purchase of this shirt will help us cover the costs of spaying/neutering, vaccinating and microchipping cats and kittens while we help them find their forever homes. Order now!
Donate via PayPal (no account required):
You can also donate through Amazon:
If you are interested in taking the next step and fostering cats or kittens for us, please complete this questionnaire:
On Saturday, August 8, we will have a few kittens and adults to meet (following social distancing guidelines). If you want to meet a specific cat please complete a questionnaire. We will show by appointment only and a questionnaire must be on file.
Petco San Juan Capistrano
32391 Camino Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Please contact us with any questions!
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